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Volume 29 - Number 12

June 11, 2018

CFPB, Payday-Lending Groups Seek Rule Delay and Suit Stay

The CFPB and two payday-lending trade groups filed a joint motion seeking a stay of a lawsuit challenging the CFPB payday-lending rule, and to delay the compliance date set by the rule. The lawsuit at issue was filed by the Community Financial Services Association of America and Consumer Services Alliance of Texas in April in a Texas federal district court. The two groups alleged that the consumer agency’s payday-lending rule is unlawful because ...

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