Unfair relationships under the Consumer Credit Act 1974

This practice note provides an overview of the "unfair relationships" test under sections 140A to 140D of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (CCA) and identifies a number of themes emerging from reported cases.

For more information on the key unfair relationship cases, including links to case transcripts and related Practical Law Financial Services materials, see CCA unfair relationships: case tracker.

This note is currently under review.

Toby Riley-Smith and Jonathan Lewis, Henderson Chambers


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