12 CFR Part 1026, Appendix G to Part 1026 - Open-End Model Forms and Clauses

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Appendix G to Part 1026—Open-End Model Forms and Clauses
G-1Balance Computation Methods Model Clauses (Home-equity Plans) (§§ 1026.6 and 1026.7)
G-1(A)Balance Computation Methods Model Clauses (Plans other than Home-equity Plans) (§§ 1026.6 and 1026.7)
G-2Liability for Unauthorized Use Model Clause (Home-equity Plans) (§ 1026.12)
G-2(A)Liability for Unauthorized Use Model Clause (Plans Other Than Home-equity Plans) (§ 1026.12)
G-3Long-Form Billing-Error Rights Model Form (Home-equity Plans) (§§ 1026.6 and 1026.9)
G-3(ALong-Form Billing-Error Rights Model Form (Plans Other Than Home-equity Plans) (§§ 1026.6 and 1026.9)
G-4Alternative Billing-Error Rights Model Form (Home-equity Plans) (§ 1026.9)
G-4(AAlternative Billing-Error Rights Model Form (Plans Other Than Home-equity Plans) (§ 1026.9)
G-5Rescission Model Form (When Opening an Account) (§ 1026.15)
G-6Rescission Model Form (For Each Transaction) (§ 1026.15)
G-7Rescission Model Form (When Increasing the Credit Limit) (§ 1026.15)
G-8Rescission Model Form (When Adding a Security Interest) (§ 1026.15)
G-9Rescission Model Form (When Increasing the Security) (§ 1026.15)
G-10(A)Applications and Solicitations Model Form (Credit Cards) (§ 1026.60(b))
G-10(B)Applications and Solicitations Sample (Credit Cards) (§ 1026.60(b))
G-10(C)Applications and Solicitations Sample (Credit Cards) (§ 1026.60(b))
G-10(D)Applications and Solicitations Model Form (Charge Cards) (§ 1026.60(b))
G-10(E)Applications and Solicitations Sample (Charge Cards) (§ 1026.60(b))
G-11Applications and Solicitations Made Available to General Public Model Clauses (§ 1026.60(e))
G-12Reserved
G-13(A)Change in Insurance Provider Model Form (Combined Notice) (§ 1026.9(f))
G-13(B)Change in Insurance Provider Model Form (§ 1026.9(f)(2))
G-14AHome-equity Sample
G-14BHome-equity Sample
G-1Home-equity Model Clauses
G-16(A)Debt Suspension Model Clause (§ 1026.4(d)(3))
G-16(B) Debt Suspension Sample (§ 1026.4(d)(3))
G-17(A) Account-opening Model Form (§ 1026.6(b)(2))
G-17(B) Account-opening Sample (§ 1026.6(b)(2))
G-17(C) Account-opening Sample (§ 1026.6(b)(2))
G-17(D) Account-opening Sample (§ 1026.6(b)(2))
G-18(A) Transactions; Interest Charges; Fees Sample (§ 1026.7(b))
G-18(B) Late Payment Fee Sample (§ 1026.7(b))
G-18(C)(1) Minimum Payment Warning (When Amortization Occurs and the 36-Month Disclosures Are Required) (§ 1026.7(b))
G-18(C)(2) Minimum Payment Warning (When Amortization Occurs and the 36-Month Disclosures Are Not Required) (§ 1026.7(b))
G-18(C)(3) Minimum Payment Warning (When Negative or No Amortization Occurs) (§ 1026.7(b))
G-18(D) Periodic Statement New Balance, Due Date, Late Payment and Minimum Payment Sample (Credit cards) (§ 1026.7(b))
G-18(E) [Reserved]
G-18(F) Periodic Statement Form
G-18(G) Periodic Statement Form
G-18(H) Deferred Interest Periodic Statement Clause
G-19Checks Accessing a Credit Card Account Sample (§ 1026.9(b)(3))
G-20Change-in-Terms Sample (Increase in Annual Percentage Rate) (§ 1026.9(c)(2))
G-21Change-in-Terms Sample (Increase in Fees) (§ 1026.9(c)(2))
G-22Penalty Rate Increase Sample (Payment 60 or Fewer Days Late) (§ 1026.9(g)(3))
G-23Penalty Rate Increase Sample (Payment More Than 60 Days Late) (§ 1026.9(g)(3))
G-24Deferred Interest Offer Clauses (§ 1026.16(h))
G-25(A) Consent Form for Over-the-Limit Transactions (§ 1026.56)
G-25(B) Revocation Notice for Periodic Statement Regarding Over-the-Limit Transactions (§ 1026.56)
G-1—Balance Computation Methods Model Clauses (Home-Equity Plans)
(a) Adjusted Balance Method
We figure [a portion of] the finance charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the “adjusted balance” of your account. We get the “adjusted balance” by taking the balance you owed at the end of the previous billing cycle and subtracting [any unpaid finance charges and] any payments and credits received during the present billing cycle.
(b) Previous Balance Method
We figure [a portion of] the finance charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the amount you owe at the beginning of each billing cycle [minus any unpaid finance charges]. We do not subtract any payments or credits received during the billing cycle. [The amount of payments and credits to your account this billing cycle was $ ____.]
(c) Average Daily Balance Method (Excluding Current Transactions)
We figure [a portion of] the finance charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the “average daily balance” of your account (excluding current transactions). To get the “average daily balance” we take the beginning balance of your account each day and subtract any payments or credits [and any unpaid finance charges]. We do not add in any new [purchases/advances/loans]. This gives us the daily balance. Then, we add all the daily balances for the billing cycle together and divide the total by the number of days in the billing cycle. This gives us the “average daily balance.”
(d) Average Daily Balance Method (Including Current Transactions)
We figure [a portion of] the finance charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the “average daily balance” of your account (including current transactions). To get the “average daily balance” we take the beginning balance of your account each day, add any new [purchases/advances/loans], and subtract any payments or credits, [and unpaid finance charges]. This gives us the daily balance. Then, we add up all the daily balances for the billing cycle and divide the total by the number of days in the billing cycle. This gives us the “average daily balance.”
(e) Ending Balance Method
We figure [a portion of] the finance charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the amount you owe at the end of each billing cycle (including new purchases and deducting payments and credits made during the billing cycle).
(f) Daily Balance Method (Including Current Transactions)
We figure [a portion of] the finance charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the “daily balance” of your account for each day in the billing cycle. To get the “daily balance” we take the beginning balance of your account each day, add any new [purchases/advances/fees], and subtract [any unpaid finance charges and] any payments or credits. This gives us the daily balance.
G-1(A)—Balance Computation Methods Model Clauses (Plans Other Than Home-Equity Plans)
(a) Adjusted Balance Method
We figure the interest charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the “adjusted balance” of your account. We get the “adjusted balance” by taking the balance you owed at the end of the previous billing cycle and subtracting [any unpaid interest or other finance charges and] any payments and credits received during the present billing cycle.
(b) Previous Balance Method
We figure the interest charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the amount you owe at the beginning of each billing cycle. We do not subtract any payments or credits received during the billing cycle.
(c) Average Daily Balance Method (Excluding Current Transactions)
We figure the interest charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the “average daily balance” of your account. To get the “average daily balance” we take the beginning balance of your account each day and subtract [any unpaid interest or other finance charges and] any payments or credits. We do not add in any new [purchases/advances/fees]. This gives us the daily balance. Then, we add all the daily balances for the billing cycle together and divide the total by the number of days in the billing cycle. This gives us the “average daily balance.”
(d) Average Daily Balance Method (Including Current Transactions)
We figure the interest charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the “average daily balance” of your account. To get the “average daily balance” we take the beginning balance of your account each day, add any new [purchases/advances/fees], and subtract [any unpaid interest or other finance charges and] any payments or credits. This gives us the daily balance. Then, we add up all the daily balances for the billing cycle and divide the total by the number of days in the billing cycle. This gives us the “average daily balance.”
(e) Ending Balance Method
We figure the interest charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the amount you owe at the end of each billing cycle (including new [purchases/advances/fees] and deducting payments and credits made during the billing cycle).
(f) Daily Balance Method (Including Current Transactions)
We figure the interest charge on your account by applying the periodic rate to the “daily balance” of your account for each day in the billing cycle. To get the “daily balance” we take the beginning balance of your account each day, add any new [purchases/advances/fees], and subtract [any unpaid interest or other finance charges and] any payments or credits. This gives us the daily balance.
G-2—Liability for Unauthorized Use Model Clause (Home-Equity Plans)
You may be liable for the unauthorized use of your credit card [or other term that describes the credit card]. You will not be liable for unauthorized use that occurs after you notify [name of card issuer or its designee] at [address], orally or in writing, of the loss, theft, or possible unauthorized use. [You may also contact us on the Web: [Creditor Web or email address]] In any case, your liability will not exceed [insert $50 or any lesser amount under agreement with the cardholder].
G-2(A)—Liability for Unauthorized Use Model Clause (Plans Other Than Home-Equity Plans)
If you notice the loss or theft of your credit card or a possible unauthorized use of your card, you should write to us immediately at: [address] [address listed on your bill],
or call us at [telephone number].
[You may also contact us on the Web: [Creditor Web or email address]]
You will not be liable for any unauthorized use that occurs after you notify us. You may, however, be liable for unauthorized use that occurs before your notice to us. In any case, your liability will not exceed [insert $50 or any lesser amount under agreement with the cardholder].
G-3—Long-Form Billing-Error Rights Model Form (Home-Equity Plans)
YOUR BILLING RIGHTS
KEEP THIS NOTICE FOR FUTURE USE
This notice contains important information about your rights and our responsibilities under the Fair Credit Billing Act.
Notify Us in Case of Errors or Questions About Your Bill
If you think your bill is wrong, or if you need more information about a transaction on your bill, write us [on a separate sheet] at [address] [the address listed on your bill]. Write to us as soon as possible. We must hear from you no later than 60 days after we sent you the first bill on which the error or problem appeared. [You may also contact us on the Web: [Creditor Web or email address]] You can telephone us, but doing so will not preserve your rights.
In your letter, give us the following information:
• Your name and account number.
• The dollar amount of the suspected error.
• Describe the error and explain, if you can, why you believe there is an error. If you need more information, describe the item you are not sure about.
If you have authorized us to pay your credit card bill automatically from your savings or checking account, you can stop the payment on any amount you think is wrong. To stop the payment your letter must reach us three business days before the automatic payment is scheduled to occur.
Your Rights and Our Responsibilities After We Receive Your Written Notice
We must acknowledge your letter within 30 days, unless we have corrected the error by then. Within 90 days, we must either correct the error or explain why we believe the bill was correct.
After we receive your letter, we cannot try to collect any amount you question, or report you as delinquent. We can continue to bill you for the amount you question, including finance charges, and we can apply any unpaid amount against your credit limit. You do not have to pay any questioned amount while we are investigating, but you are still obligated to pay the parts of your bill that are not in question.
If we find that we made a mistake on your bill, you will not have to pay any finance charges related to any questioned amount. If we didn't make a mistake, you may have to pay finance charges, and you will have to make up any missed payments on the questioned amount. In either case, we will send you a statement of the amount you owe and the date that it is due.
If you fail to pay the amount that we think you owe, we may report you as delinquent. However, if our explanation does not satisfy you and you write to us within ten days telling us that you still refuse to pay, we must tell anyone we report you to that you have a question about your bill. And, we must tell you the name of anyone we reported you to. We must tell anyone we report you to that the matter has been settled between us when it finally is.
If we don't follow these rules, we can't collect the first $50 of the questioned amount, even if your bill was correct.
Special Rule for Credit Card Purchases
If you have a problem with the quality of property or services that you purchased with a credit card, and you have tried in good faith to correct the problem with the merchant, you may have the right not to pay the remaining amount due on the property or services.
There are two limitations on this right:
(a) You must have made the purchase in your home state or, if not within your home state within 100 miles of your current mailing address; and
(b) The purchase price must have been more than $50.
These limitations do not apply if we own or operate the merchant, or if we mailed you the advertisement for the property or services.
G-3(A)—Long-Form Billing-Error Rights Model Form (Plans Other Than Home-Equity Plans)
Your Billing Rights: Keep This Document For Future Use
This notice tells you about your rights and our responsibilities under the Fair Credit Billing Act.
What To Do If You Find A Mistake On Your Statement
If you think there is an error on your statement, write to us at:
[Creditor Name]
[Creditor Address]
[You may also contact us on the Web: [Creditor Web or email address]]
In your letter, give us the following information:
Account information: Your name and account number.
Dollar amount: The dollar amount of the suspected error.
Description of problem: If you think there is an error on your bill, describe what you believe is wrong and why you believe it is a mistake.
You must contact us:
• Within 60 days after the error appeared on your statement.
• At least 3 business days before an automated payment is scheduled, if you want to stop payment on the amount you think is wrong.
You must notify us of any potential errors in writing [or electronically]. You may call us, but if you do we are not required to investigate any potential errors and you may have to pay the amount in question.
What Will Happen After We Receive Your Letter
When we receive your letter, we must do two things:
1. Within 30 days of receiving your letter, we must tell you that we received your letter. We will also tell you if we have already corrected the error.
2. Within 90 days of receiving your letter, we must either correct the error or explain to you why we believe the bill is correct.
While we investigate whether or not there has been an error:
• We cannot try to collect the amount in question, or report you as delinquent on that amount.
• The charge in question may remain on your statement, and we may continue to charge you interest on that amount.
• While you do not have to pay the amount in question, you are responsible for the remainder of your balance.
• We can apply any unpaid amount against your credit limit.
After we finish our investigation, one of two things will happen:
If we made a mistake: You will not have to pay the amount in question or any interest or other fees related to that amount.
If we do not believe there was a mistake: You will have to pay the amount in question, along with applicable interest and fees. We will send you a statement of the amount you owe and the date payment is due. We may then report you as delinquent if you do not pay the amount we think you owe.
If you receive our explanation but still believe your bill is wrong, you must write to us within 10 days telling us that you still refuse to pay. If you do so, we cannot report you as delinquent without also reporting that you are questioning your bill. We must tell you the name of anyone to whom we reported you as delinquent, and we must let those organizations know when the matter has been settled between us.
If we do not follow all of the rules above, you do not have to pay the first $50 of the amount you question even if your bill is correct.
Your Rights If You Are Dissatisfied With Your Credit Card Purchases
If you are dissatisfied with the goods or services that you have purchased with your credit card, and you have tried in good faith to correct the problem with the merchant, you may have the right not to pay the remaining amount due on the purchase.
To use this right, all of the following must be true:
1. The purchase must have been made in your home state or within 100 miles of your current mailing address, and the purchase price must have been more than $50. (Note: Neither of these are necessary if your purchase was based on an advertisement we mailed to you, or if we own the company that sold you the goods or services.)
2. You must have used your credit card for the purchase. Purchases made with cash advances from an ATM or with a check that accesses your credit card account do not qualify.
3. You must not yet have fully paid for the purchase.
If all of the criteria above are met and you are still dissatisfied with the purchase, contact us in writing [or electronically] at:
[Creditor Name]
[Creditor Address]
[[Creditor Web or email address]]
While we investigate, the same rules apply to the disputed amount as discussed above. After we finish our investigation, we will tell you our decision. At that point, if we think you owe an amount and you do not pay, we may report you as delinquent.
G-4—Alternative Billing-Error Rights Model Form (Home-Equity Plans)
BILLING RIGHTS SUMMARY
In Case of Errors or Questions About Your Bill
If you think your bill is wrong, or if you need more information about a transaction on your bill, write us [on a separate sheet] at [address] [the address shown on your bill] as soon as possible. [You may also contact us on the Web: [Creditor Web or email address].] We must hear from you no later than 60 days after we sent you the first bill on which the error or problem appeared. You can telephone us, but doing so will not preserve your rights.
In your letter, give us the following information:
• Your name and account number.
• The dollar amount of the suspected error.
• Describe the error and explain, if you can, why you believe there is an error. If you need more information, describe the item you are unsure about.
You do not have to pay any amount in question while we are investigating, but you are still obligated to pay the parts of your bill that are not in question. While we investigate your question, we cannot report you as delinquent or take any action to collect the amount you question.
Special Rule for Credit Card Purchases
If you have a problem with the quality of goods or services that you purchased with a credit card, and you have tried in good faith to correct the problem with the merchant, you may not have to pay the remaining amount due on the goods or services. You have this protection only when the purchase price was more than $50 and the purchase was made in your home state or within 100 miles of your mailing address. (If we own or operate the merchant, or if we mailed you the advertisement for the property or services, all purchases are covered regardless of amount or location of purchase.)
G-4(A)—Alternative Billing-Error Rights Model Form (Plans Other Than Home-Equity Plans)
What To Do If You Think You Find A Mistake On Your Statement
If you think there is an error on your statement, write to us at:
[Creditor Name]
[Creditor Address]
[You may also contact us on the Web: [Creditor Web or email address]]
In your letter, give us the following information:
Account information: Your name and account number.
Dollar amount: The dollar amount of the suspected error.
Description of Problem: If you think there is an error on your bill, describe what you believe is wrong and why you believe it is a mistake.
You must contact us within 60 days after the error appeared on your statement.
You must notify us of any potential errors in writing [or electronically]. You may call us, but if you do we are not required to investigate any potential errors and you may have to pay the amount in question.
While we investigate whether or not there has been an error, the following are true:
• We cannot try to collect the amount in question, or report you as delinquent on that amount.
• The charge in question may remain on your statement, and we may continue to charge you interest on that amount. But, if we determine that we made a mistake, you will not have to pay the amount in question or any interest or other fees related to that amount.
• While you do not have to pay the amount in question, you are responsible for the remainder of your balance.
• We can apply any unpaid amount against your credit limit.
Your Rights If You Are Dissatisfied With Your Credit Card Purchases
If you are dissatisfied with the goods or services that you have purchased with your credit card, and you have tried in good faith to correct the problem with the merchant, you may have the right not to pay the remaining amount due on the purchase.
To use this right, all of the following must be true:
1. The purchase must have been made in your home state or within 100 miles of your current mailing address, and the purchase price must have been more than $50. (Note: Neither of these is necessary if your purchase was based on an advertisement we mailed to you, or if we own the company that sold you the goods or services.)
2. You must have used your credit card for the purchase. Purchases made with cash advances from an ATM or with a check that accesses your credit card account do not qualify.
3. You must not yet have fully paid for the purchase.
If all of the criteria above are met and you are still dissatisfied with the purchase, contact us in writing [or electronically] at:
[Creditor Name]
[Creditor Address]
[[Creditor Web address]]
While we investigate, the same rules apply to the disputed amount as discussed above. After we finish our investigation, we will tell you our decision. At that point, if we think you owe an amount and you do not pay we may report you as delinquent.
G-11—Applications and Solicitations Made Available to the General Public Model Clauses
(a) Disclosure of Required Credit Information
The information about the costs of the card described in this [application]/[solicitation] is accurate as of (month/year). This information may have changed after that date. To find out what may have changed, [call us at (telephone number)][write to us at (address)].
(b) No Disclosure of Credit Information
There are costs associated with the use of this card. To obtain information about these costs, call us at (telephone number) or write to us at (address).
G-12 [Reserved]
G-13(A)—Change in Insurance Provider Model Form (Combined Notice)
The credit card account you have with us is insured. This is to notify you that we plan to replace your current coverage with insurance coverage from a different insurer.
If we obtain insurance for your account from a different insurer, you may cancel the insurance.
[Your premium rate will increase to $ __ per __.]
[Your coverage will be affected by the following:
[] The elimination of a type of coverage previously provided to you. [(explanation)] [See __ of the attached policy for details.]
[] A lowering of the age at which your coverage will terminate or will become more restrictive. [(explanation)] [See __ of the attached policy or certificate for details.]
[] A decrease in your maximum insurable loan balance, maximum periodic benefit payment, maximum number of payments, or any other decrease in the dollar amount of your coverage or benefits. [(explanation)] [See __ of the attached policy or certificate for details.]
[] A restriction on the eligibility for benefits for you or others. [(explanation)] [See __ of the attached policy or certificate for details.]
[] A restriction in the definition of “disability” or other key term of coverage. [(explanation)] [See __ of the attached policy or certificate for details.]
[] The addition of exclusions or limitations that are broader or other than those under the current coverage. [(explanation)] [See __ of the attached policy or certificate for details.]
[] An increase in the elimination (waiting) period or a change to nonretroactive coverage. [(explanation)] [See __ of the attached policy or certificate for details).]
[The name and mailing address of the new insurer providing the coverage for your account is (name and address).]
G-13(B)—Change in Insurance Provider Model Form
We have changed the insurer providing the coverage for your account. The new insurer's name and address are (name and address). A copy of the new policy or certificate is attached.
You may cancel the insurance for your account.
G-16(A) Debt Suspension Model Clause
Please enroll me in the optional [insert name of program], and bill my account the fee of [how cost is determined]. I understand that enrollment is not required to obtain credit. I also understand that depending on the event, the protection may only temporarily suspend my duty to make minimum payments, not reduce the balance I owe. I understand that my balance will actually grow during the suspension period as interest continues to accumulate.
[To Enroll, Sign Here]/[To Enroll, Initial Here]. X__________
G-16(B) Debt Suspension Sample
Please enroll me in the optional [name of program], and bill my account the fee of $.83 per $100 of my month-end account balance. I understand that enrollment is not required to obtain credit. I also understand that depending on the event, the protection may only temporarily suspend my duty to make minimum payments, not reduce the balance I owe. I understand that my balance will actually grow during the suspension period as interest continues to accumulate.
To Enroll, Initial Here. X__________
G-18(B)—Late Payment Fee Sample
Late Payment Warning: If we do not receive your minimum payment by the date listed above, you may have to pay a $35 late fee and your APRs may be increased up to the Penalty APR of 28.99%.
G-18(E) [Reserved]
G-18(H)—Deferred Interest Periodic Statement Clause
[You must pay your promotional balance in full by [date] to avoid paying accrued interest charges.]
G-24—Deferred Interest Offer Clauses
(a) For Credit Card Accounts Under an Open-End (Not Home-Secured) Consumer Credit Plan
[Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not paid in full within the/by [deferred interest period/date] or if you make a late payment.]
(b) For Other Open-End Plans
[Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not paid in full within the/by [deferred interest period/date] or if your account is otherwise in default.]
G-25(A)—Consent Form for Over-the-Credit Limit Transactions
Your Choice Regarding Over-the-Credit Limit Coverage
Unless you tell us otherwise, we will decline any transaction that causes you to go over your credit limit. If you want us to authorize these transactions, you can request over-the-credit limit coverage.
If you have over-the-credit limit coverage and you go over your credit limit, we will charge you a fee of up to $35. We may also increase your APRs to the Penalty APR of XX.XX%. You will only pay one fee per billing cycle, even if you go over your limit multiple times in the same cycle.
Even if you request over-the-credit limit coverage, in some cases we may still decline a transaction that would cause you to go over your limit, such as if you are past due or significantly over your credit limit.
If you want over-the-limit coverage and to allow us to authorize transactions that go over your credit limit, please:
—Call us at [telephone number];
—Visit [Web site]; or
—Check or initial the box below, and return the form to us at [address].
__________
_ I want over-the-limit coverage. I understand that if I go over my credit limit, my APRs may be increased and I will be charged a fee of up to $35. [I have the right to cancel this coverage at any time.]
[_ I do not want over-the-limit coverage. I understand that transactions that exceed my credit limit will not be authorized.]
Printed Name:
Date:
[Account Number]:
G-25(B)—Revocation Notice for Periodic Statement Regarding Over-the-Credit Limit Transactions
You currently have over-the-credit limit coverage on your account, which means that we pay transactions that cause you go to over your credit limit. If you do go over your credit limit, we will charge you a fee of up to $35. We may also increase your APRs. To remove over-the-credit-limit coverage from your account, call us at 1-800-xxxxxxx or visit [insert Web site].
[You may also write us at: [insert address].]
[You may also check or initial the box below and return this form to us at: [insert address].
_ I want to cancel over-the-limit coverage for my account.
Printed Name:
Date:
[Account Number]:

Title 12 published on 2014-01-01

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Title 12 published on 2014-01-01

The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 12 CFR 1026 after this date.

  • 2014-05-06; vol. 79 # 87 - Tuesday, May 6, 2014
    1. 79 FR 25730 - Amendments to the 2013 Mortgage Rules Under the Truth in Lending Act (Regulation Z)
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      BUREAU OF CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION
      Proposed rule with request for public comment.
      Comments regarding the proposed amendments to 12 CFR 1026.41(e)(4), 1026.43(a)(3), and 1026.43(e)(3) must be received on or before June 5, 2014. For the requests for comment regarding correction or cure of debt-to-income ratio overages and the credit extension limit for the small creditor definition, comments must be received on or before July 7, 2014.
      12 CFR Part 1026