credit terms


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credit terms

nplcondizioni fpl di credito
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The Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act of 1994 bars credit terms such as balloon payments and requires additional disclosures when total points and fees payable by the consumer exceed $400 (to be adjusted annually) or 8 percent of the total loan amount, whichever is larger.
THE PROCESS OF SETTING CREDIT TERMS FOR a new business customer usually presents a greater challenge than deciding on a change in credit terms on existing customers.
Those interested in the relationship between country risk and credit terms may want to closely watch recent and ongoing events in Bolivia, even if they do not sell products or services to the region.
LTCM received very generous credit terms, even though it took an exceptional degree of risk.
The new value and ordinary course of business defenses are also designed to encourage creditors to continue doing business on normal credit terms with a troubled firm.
LTCM appears to have received very generous credit terms, even though it took an exceptional degree of risk.
The costs that go with extending credit terms to customers start with the gathering of information on "who" the customer is and "how" they do business.
The Board appreciates the concern that general advertisements may not provide full disclosure of important credit terms. However, the Board believes that mandating cost information for all advertisements may, in fact, create a disincentive for advertising rather than an incentive for more disclosure.