Consumer Credit Protection Act

The Consumer Credit Protection Act is federal legislation that limits wage garnishments and mandates disclosure of certain terms with respect to credit offerings. The Act was passed in 1968 and is best known for containing the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), which requires creditors to provide consumers with understandable, comparable terms for credit offers.
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