The Facts on the FACTA Clarification Act and the Potential for Compliance Lawsuits

TASA ID: 322

Congress passed The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act ("FACTA" or the "Act"), and it was signed into law on December 4, 2003.  FACTA became fully effective on December 4, 2006.  The purpose of FACTA is to reduce the amount of personal confidential financial information that is generated and thereby reduce the incidence of identity, theft, credit card fraud, and debit card fraud... 

A Banker's Guide to Effectively Managing and Marketing Foreclosed Real Estate Properties

TASA ID: 322

When a bank's level of non-performing loans and foreclosed assets increases to the point that the bank's costs and expenses exceed its revenues, the resulting deficit erodes the bank's net worth and reduces stockholders' equity.  Depending upon the particular bank's level of net worth, a serious problem will result at some point in time unless steps are taken to mitigate the problems.  This article deals with the administration of real estate properties that have already been foreclosed. 

What You Can Do to Avoid Liability Claims

TASA ID: 2089

Lender liability is a catch-all phrase used to describe several theories under which a lender can be sued for doing or not doing something in connection with a loan or loan commitment.  Allegations can involve violations of an implied or contractual fiduciary duty to a borrower or to its creditors or shareholders.

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