18.104.22.168 Using the Online Version
Mortgage Lending is available as both a print and an online version. Print revisions are released every few years. The online version is updated more frequently, as developments require, with all changes integrated into the text. The online version also includes additional pleadings and primary source material, described in § 1.1.4, infra.
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The online version provides several methods to search the content of the chapters, appendices, sample pleadings, and supplemental primary sources. The online version also provides easy navigation between subsections and contains active links to external websites and to other sections of the book and other NCLC treatises. Material in the online version can be copied and pasted, downloaded, printed, or emailed.
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