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This action was brought under the Truth in Lending Act (TILA or the Act), 15 U.S.C. § 1601 et seq., to recover statutory damages for the alleged failure of Lou Budke's Arrow Finance Company (Budke's) to comply with the disclosure provisions of the Act and Federal Reserve Board Regulation Z. 2 We have considered this case on a previous appeal, when appellant appealed the district court's ruling that the Act did not apply to the transaction at issue. Dryden v. Lou Budke's Arrow Finance Co., 630 F.2d 641 (8th Cir. 1980). We concluded that the underlying transaction constituted an assumption of ...
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Indiana Car Dealers Need Oversight :: Indiana Consumer Lawyer Blog
As you may be aware, the so-called Wall Street reform bill has now passed in the House and the Senate. The House version exempts automobile dealers from financial regulatory oversight, while the Senate version does not. I strongly believe that Indiana car dealers need the supervision that could, and hopefully would, come with their inclusion in this law. I recently wrote a letter as part of a successful effort by consumer groups, the U.S. military and others to defeat the Brownback amendment, which would have excluded dealers from the Senate's version of the bill. Here is the text of that letter: To whom it may concern: market research, surveys and trends
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“A lawyer shall not bring or defend a proceeding, or assert or controvert an issue therein, unless there is a basis in law and fact for doing so that is not frivolous, which includes a good faith argument for an extension, modification, or reversal of existing law. ” Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, 4-3.1 The filing of an action or defense or similar action taken for a client is not frivolous merely because the facts have not first been fully substantiated or because the lawyer expects to develop vital evidence only by discovery. What is required of lawyers, however, is that they inform themselves about the facts of ... market research, surveys and trends


Rich House, Poor House:The Two Faces of Home Equity Lending
This year the 75th legislature is considering, for the sixth consecutive session, bills to send a constitutional amendment to the voters designed to expand home equity lending in Texas. The Constitution currently prohibits the forced sale of a homestead except for delinquent taxes, failure to repay a first mortgage, or failure to repay a home improvement second mortgage. Texans who borrow to finance college tuition, health care, automobiles, or other consumer goods, and cannot repay their loans, might damage their credit rating or lose the item they purchased but they currently do not lose their homes. Lenders typically offer ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION SUES FEDERAL MODIFICATION LAW CENTER OF IRVINE, CALIFORNIA, AND ITS MANAGING PARTNER FOR MISREPRESENTATION IN MORTGAGE LOAN MODIFICATIONS ALONG WITH NATIONAL FORECLOSURE RELIEF INC. AND OTHERS IN SEPARATE LAWSUITS FACTS Federal officials are investigating 2,100 companies they believe are taking advantage of homeowners in foreclosure. The Federal Trade Commission has filed one such action against an Irvine company as well as three others. Federal Trade Commission chairman Jon Leibowitz said that his agency had targeted firms like the Federal Loan Modification Law Center in Irvine that allegedly sought ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Defendant-appellant, James M. Ryan ("appellant"), appeals from the judg-ment of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas granting summary judgment in favor of plaintiff-appellee, Ford Motor Credit Co., L.L.C. ("appellee"). {¶2} This matter arises out of a promissory note and security agreement ("agreement"), executed on October 31, 2001, by Ryan & Ryan, Inc., for the purchase of a Mercury Villager ("Villager"). Appellant executed the agreement as a "co-buyer" and signed a "Notice to Cosigner" stating that if the borrower failed to pay, appellant would have to pay ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Appellant, Virgie Montgomery, challenges the trial court's rendition of summary judgment in favor of appellee, Ford Motor Credit Company ("Ford Credit"), in her suit against Ford Credit for "unconscionable conduct," breach of contract, deceptive trade practices, [ 1 ] and conversion. In two issues, Montgomery contends that the trial court erred in calculating the date of the accrual of her claims and concluding that her claims were barred by limitations. We affirm. In 2002, Montgomery and her husband purchased a new car, which they financed through Ford Credit for a period of sixty months. In the retail ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Vehicle Industry Legislative Changes 2005
agreement, retail installment contract, security agreement or direct loan agreement by any party to the contract or agreement. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Lawriter - ORC - Chapter 1317: RETAIL INSTALLMENT SALES
(A) “Retail installment sale” includes every retail installment contract to sell specific goods, every consumer transaction in which the cash price may be paid in installments over a period of time, and every retail sale of specific goods to any person in which the cash price may be paid in installments over a period of time. “Retail installment sale” does not include a lease-purchase agreement as defined in division (F) of section 1351.01 of the Revised Code nor a layaway arrangement as defined in division (S) of this section. (B) “Person” includes an individual, corporation, trust, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The new agreement will allow me to refinance the last installment for at least 24 ... SECURITY INTEREST To secure all I owe on this contract and all my ...
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My husband and I recently went to a car dealership requesting specific things and color on a new vehicle we wanted to purchase.  Of course the salesman bent over backward to get us what we wanted.  They showed us and we test drove a vehicle that they had, their, in the lot but they did not have the color we wanted.  The salesman said he had found one a couple hundred miles away and he could get it to us in about 2 to 4 days.  Well we agreed but it has now been 9 days and he still has nothing.  We signed the following documents: *MOTOR VEHICLE RETAIL INSTALLMENT SALES CONTRACT SIMPLE FINANCE CHARGE ...
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My company hired a direct marketing email firm to bring us traffic. The traffic they sent was obviously and transparently from a 'bot, not a real person. (25,000 visitors in 3 hours from an email they sent. 0.000% of the visitors clicked on a link on the page, and none ever returned.) We refused to pay them, since the agreement was for real visitors, not computer generated ones. They are suing us in small claims court. It's close to them, far for us. (But in the same state.) They think we'll settle because it's cheaper to fight, but I don't think we should pay because they're crooks. I'd ...