Truth in Lending
When the Truth in Lending Act (TILA) took effect in 1969, its primary purpose was to promote the informed use of consumer credit by requiring disclosure about the terms and costs of consumer credit transactions. This is still the case, but as the TILA has been amended over the years, it has assumed greater prominence, applying to virtually every form of consumer credit transaction and producing a myriad of compliance issues for creditors. A must-have resource for business lawyers and corporate and financial service executives, this current, comprehensive edition of the classic Rohner and Miller treatise details the TIL Act provisions creditors need to follow to ensure compliance in all types of consumer transactions. Organized for quick and easy reference, each chapter has been extensively reviewed, updated, checked, and rechecked by a team of TIL experts. This book also includes a table of cases and a comprehensive topical index.
American Bar Association
Banking and Finance Law | Consumer Protection Law | Law
Rohner, Ralph J. and Miller, Fred H., "Truth in Lending" (2000). Faculty Books. 53.