A statement that the Truth-in-Lending Law requires a creditor to give a debtor showing the finance charge, annual percentage rate, and other required information. Back to the Top
A written statement given to each borrower required by the Regulation Z, in which certain terms of the Borrower's obligation are explained and described in a format required by the Federal Reserve Board.
Submenu The disclosure statement is sent by the lender 30 calendar days before the first anticipated disbursement and provides the borrower with information about their loan types, anticipated loan disbursement amounts, loan fee rate, amount of loan fee, anticipated disbursement dates and anticipated net disbursements.
a more detailed explanation of the plan of reorganization and how creditors, equity holders, and other parties-in-interest will be affected thereby
A written explanation of the rates, fees, and terms of a specific loan based on the borrowers qualifications
Used in a Chapter 11 cases and typically contains historical information on past operations and hypothetical information concerning projected future expenses and income.
The basis by which the agency determines ownership. The VA officially records the nature of an invention, the date invented, the inventor(s), and other information necessary to establish prior claim.
Form used to notify HCC Life of all large and/or ongoing claims prior to the binding of coverage for all new and renewal business groups. The underwriter may also require this form at the time of reinstatement for terminated groups.
a document that contains everything there is to know about the business opportunity and the seller's company
a document that states the past and present condition of your house
an appropriate means of specifically drawing the attention of the lessee to the likelihood of an occurrence
a written description of a contractor's cost accounting practices and procedures
an itemized list of all charges giving total cost of credit
A comparison form required to be given to every applicant considering replacing one life insurance policy with another.
a form a property seller must complete in some states and provide to the buyer, disclosing certain defects and other information about residential property
a standard procedure when working with an agent