Truth In Lending Act

The Truth in Lending Act is a United States federal law that was enacted on May 29, 1968. The act requires lenders to provide borrowers with information about the terms of their loans. This includes the APR, the amount financed, the finance charge, and the payment schedule. The law also gives borrowers the right to cancel certain types of loans within three days of signing the loan agreement.

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