Drafting consumer credit agreements: key issues

An overview of the key drafting requirements laid down by the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (CCA) and the secondary legislation that applies to consumer credit agreements.

Practical Law Financial Services (based on a note originally supplied by Mathew Rutter)


 

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