Updating regulations issued under the fair labor standards act
Section 1026.54 sets forth certain limitations on the imposition of finance charges as the result of a loss of a grace period.Section 1026.55 contains limitations on increases in annual percentage rates, fees, and charges for credit card accounts.Section 1026.52 limits the fees that a consumer can be required to pay with respect to an open-end (not home-secured) consumer credit plan during the first year after account opening.
§ 1026.37 Control of disclosures for certain mortgage transactions (Loan Estimate). § 1026.41 Periodic statements for residential mortgage loans. § 1026.43 Minimum standards for transactions secured by a dwelling. § 1026.55 Limitations on increasing annual percentage rates, fees, and charges. The regulation does not generally govern charges for consumer credit, except that several provisions in subpart G set forth special rules addressing certain charges applicable to credit card accounts under an open-end (not home-secured) consumer credit plan.
Section 1026.34 prohibits specific acts and practices in connection with high-cost mortgages, as defined in § 1026.32(a).
Section 1026.35 prohibits specific acts and practices in connection with closed-end higher-priced mortgage loans, as defined in § 1026.35(a).
1376, when four conditions are met: (i) The credit is offered or extended to consumers; (ii) The offering or extension of credit is done regularly; (iii) The credit is subject to a finance charge or is payable by a written agreement in more than four installments; and (iv) The credit is primarily for personal, family, or household purposes.
(c) (1) In general, this part applies to each individual or business that offers or extends credit, other than a person excluded from coverage of this part by section 1029 of the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010, Title X of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Public Law 111--203, 124 Stat.