TILA Is Not Just a Disclosure Statute Anymore!
The definitive Truth in Lending treatise from the nation’s TILA experts, updated to include all the Dodd-Frank and other recent changes, all of which are now in effect. The treatise cites to both the CFPB and FRB versions of Regulation Z and includes analysis and a redlined version showing all Regulation Z and Official Interpretation changes.
- New Dodd-Frank legislation and Regulation Z changes ban numerous mortgage abuses
- New CFPB rules restrict kickbacks to mortgage originators
- Extensive new rules on mortgage servicing
- Special rules regulating higher cost mortgage loans
- Regulation Z now prohibits mandatory arbitration of mortgage disputes
- The Credit CARD Act and new federal Rules establish new restrictions on credit card abuses
- New teeth to regulation of HOEPA loans
- Statutory damages are now increased to $2000 for car loans, $4000 and up for mortgage loans, and $5000 and up for credit cards
- Liability of servicers and holders
- Extensive new disclosure requirements for credit cards, home equity loans, mortgages and other credit
- The leading discussion of TIL rescission rights that allow homeowners to cancel mortgages.
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