Complete Guide To Credit & Collection Law 2010-2011e by Jay Winston, Arthur WinstonTitle: Complete Guide To Credit & Collection Law 2010-2011e
Author: Jay Winston, Arthur Winston
Publisher: Aspen Publishers (October 28, 2010)
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Recent years have produced as many significant changes in the credit and collection industry as Sarbanes-Oxley produced in Wall Street. Five separate and distinct types of legislation have emerged from Congress, all of which will impact not only on the extension of credit, but also on the collection of debts.
The new, completely updated 2010 - 2011 Edition contains the following:In-depth analysis of stale, unsigned, bounced, post dated, stop payment, certified and cashiers’ checks New laws passed in 2009 and 2010 Preventing foreclosures and enhancing mortgage credit Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act Consumer laws of New York City Article entitled “Foreclosing on a Mezzanine Loan” Commercial Arbitration Rules of the AAA Reaffirmation agreements Amended Fair Credit Reporting Act An article on “Electronic Discovery Agreements” Title X of the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010
Only Complete Guide to Credit and Collection Law, 2010 - 2011 Edition will help you raise collection rates and reduce costs, while making certain you always remain in compliance. Updated yearly and packed with useful tips and tools, this thorough guide is recognized as the industry’s most comprehensive reference manual. Complete Guide to Credit and Collection Law, 2010 - 201 Edition is immediately applicable in real-world situations, providing:Annual updates to keep you apprised of new laws, judicial decisions & hot topics Clear explanations of the key laws that affect credit and collection Easy-to-read summaries/Plain-English explanations Practical credit-risk guidelines–Practice Tips Appendices containing the actual laws, and case excerpts that you need to make informed business decisions, including: surveys of laws governing commercial collection, Regulation M—consumer leasing, meaningful involvement under FDCPA, and Regulation Z and Revised Article 9 of the UCC.