National Consumer Law Center

October 21, 2013


National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) publishes books on consumer law, including fair debt collection practices, truth in lending, foreclosure, and class actions, which have accompanying materials available electronically. Documents such as pleadings, forms, statutes, regulations, agency interpretations, and legislative and regulatory history are available and can be found by browsing through a title’s table of contents or by searching for specific topics or types of documents. Also available are the NCLC eReports containing the latest consumer law developments.

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