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Consumer credit reform. Clark C. Havighurst: editor
Bib ID 1067956
Format BookBook
Description Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., Oceana Publications, 1970 [c1969] 
147 p. 25 cm. 
ISBN 0379115131
Series

Library of law and contemporary problems

Full contents
  • Consumer credit in the affluent society, by D. Caplovitz.
  • Legislative control of consumer credit transactions, by P. R. Moo.
  • The new law of finance charges: Disclosure, freedom of entry, and rate ceilings, by R. W. Johnson.
  • Integrating the UCCC and the UCC
  • limitations on creditors' agreements and practices, by W. E. Hogan.
  • Revolving credit and credit cards, by A. A. Buerger.
  • The regulation of consumer credit insurance, by F. G. Davis [and others]
  • Administration and enforcement under the Uniform consumer credit code, by B. A. Curran.
  • The impact of the Uniform consumer credit code upon the market for consumer installment credit, by R. P. Shay.
  • The new Federal attack on the loan shark problem, by W. D. Malcolm and J. J. Curtin, Jr.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Consumer credit -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Other authors/contributors Havighurst, Clark C., ed
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