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Truth In Lending Act

The Truth In Lending Act is part of the the Consumer Credit Protection Act as passed by the U.S. Government.  It is administered by the Federal Reserve Board through the enforcement of Regulation z.   The Truth In Lending Act requires that lenders disclose to borrowers in easily understandable language, the terms and conditions of a proposed loan or mortgage.  Particular emphasis is placed on disclosure of the interest rate, costs and charges related to the loan.  Certain unethical practices are also prohibited by the Act.

The Truth In Lending Act was created to define uniform interest rate calculations and provide the consumer with accurate, comparable full disclosure before signing for a loan.  Ceilings on certain fees and charges were set by the Act.  It deals with the various types of loans and applies to all loans issued in the United States.


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