amortization schedule then in effect

(6) Amortization schedule then in effect The term “amortization schedule then in effect” means, with respect to an adjustable rate mortgage, a schedule established at the time at which the residential mortgage transaction is consummated or, if such schedule has been changed or recalculated, is the most recent schedule under the terms of the note or mortgage, which shows— (A) the amount of principal and interest that is due at regular intervals to retire the principal balance and accrued interest over the remaining amortization period of the loan; and (B) the unpaid balance of the loan after each such scheduled payment is made.

Source

12 USC § 4901(6)


Scoping language

None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.
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