Is the bank required to provide Truth in Lending disclosures for all loans?
No. The Truth in Lending Act (and Regulation Z) explains which transactions are exempt from the disclosure requirements, including:
- loans primarily for business, commercial, agricultural, or organizational purposes.
- federal student loans.
- consumer loans over $58,300, adjusted annually for inflation, that are: (1) not secured by real property; (2) not secured by personal property used or expected to be used as the consumer's principal dwelling; or (3) private education loans as defined in the regulation.
- public utility services loans.
- securities and commodities loans.
Last Reviewed: October 2020
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