1.1.3 Additional Pleadings, Practice Tools, and Primary Source Materials Found Online
The digital edition of this treatise, found at www.nclc.org/library, also includes pleadings and discovery, practice tools, and primary source materials. This companion material is listed at the bottom of the treatise’s table of contents, which is found in the left-hand pane on the screen, and is fully searchable. Search filters allow users to search only for pleadings, only for primary sources, or only for practice tools. Searching for pleadings is most easily done using the Advanced Pleadings Search tool, found above the search box.
Highlights of the practice tools are two different software programs for calculating annual percentage rates (APRs) and creating amortization tables.12 One is simpler to use, but is appropriate only for regular transactions or those with minimal irregular terms. The other program works for any irregularity.
There are a number of sample complaints, discovery requests, affidavits, expert witness testimony, briefs, settlements, jury instructions, and additional pleadings available online. Also available are the full text of scores of federal banking agency interpretations and federal statutes and regulations.