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Maine AchievesTruth-in-Lending Harmony, Adopts Regulation Z-3

Maine financial regulators have now finalized Regulation Z-3 in order to harmonize the State’s Truth-in-Lending rules with recently adopted changes approved by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The joint rulemaking was issued October 15, 2013 by Maine’s Bureau of Financial Institutions (Chapter 138) and Maine’s Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection (Chapter 240).

Under the new rules, federal Regulation Z (12 CFR Part 1026) and Regulation M (12 CFR Part 1013) are conformed to Maine law.  The new rule also includes changes to both rules that were adopted on September 13th of this year by the CPFB.

The original notice of rulemaking was issued on August 20, 2013 as reported in Banking Law Update

Regulation Z-3 became effective on October 15, 2013.


Maine Regulation Z-2 Officially Repealed

Regulation Z-2 is now officially repealed in Maine.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.

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