- Consumer confidence still high as national home sales dropped in February. (Bangor Daily News 3.25.2014)
- Proposed bill would exempt insurance firms from same capital and liquidity requirements imposed on banks. (Bloomberg Businessweek 3.11.2014)
- Maine’s Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection releases new mortgage guide, “The Downeaster Common Sense Guide to Finding, Buying and Keeping Your Maine Home.” (Maine Real Estate Rama 3.5.2014)
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On Tuesday August 20th, the Maine Bureau of Financial Institutions and the Maine Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection issued a notice of proposed rulemaking entitled Regulation Z-3. The new rule would be codified as Chapter 138 of the rules of BOFI, and Chapter 240 of the rules of BCCP.
Regulation Z-2 is now officially repealed in Maine. On December 1, 2011, the Maine Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection and Bureau of Financial Institutions jointly announced the conclusion of their rulemaking regarding Regulation Z-2, which was slated for repeal based on recent amendments to Maine’s Consumer Credit Code earlier this year.