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Two Essential New Treatises for Representing Homeowners Now Available
NCLC has just released two all-new and important treatises in print and on the NCLC Digital Library: Mortgage Servicing and Loan Modifications and Home Foreclosures. This article describes their content, how to read Chapter 1 for free, and the treatises’ inclusion in certain existing NCLC subscriptions at no charge.
This article provides tips on advising lower income consumers on the many changes this tax season—including increased refund delays, increased problems with RACs, RALs, and paid tax preparers, growing use of private collection of IRS debt, and new requirements to renew ITINs. Also included are pointers on dealing with unaffordable taxes.
This article summarizes all 34 FDCPA reported appellate decisions issued in 2018, reports on a pending Supreme Court FDCPA case, and describes NCLC’s digital tool to locate relevant FDCPA case summaries from summaries of over 14,000 FDCPA decisions.
This article lists federal and state consumer law changes scheduled to become effective in 2019. That is, the listing includes consumer law changes enacted in 2018 or earlier, but scheduled to go into effect in 2019.
NCLC is proud to announce that the National Housing Law Project’s signature publication is now hosted on the NCLC Digital Library. HUD Housing Programs: Tenants’ Rights (The Green Book) is the quintessential guide to understanding HUD’s housing programs. It is now available as a digital treatise at The NCLC Digital Library.
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