Example Ordinance

Example Ordinance

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A handful of cities have adopted ordinances aimed at ending the cycle of debt and helping borrowers to be successful in paying back their loans in response to the state legislature’s failure to adopt any substantive statewide regulation of credit access businesses. At the time of the springtime of 2013, the towns that adopted ordinances were:

  • Austin
  • Balcones Heights
  • Dallas
  • Denton
  • El Paso
  • San Antonio

You can find apt to be more in the right time of the publication. A few of these populou towns and cities - with the exception of Balcones Heights - have already been sued because of the credit access company industry, with all the industry claiming that the towns and cities are preempted from managing credit access organizations considering that the legislature provided any office of credit rating Commissioner (OCCC ) some authority to manage last year. (Balcones Heights has suspended enforcement of the ordinance pending the end result associated with San Antonio lawsuit.)

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When payday and automobile name loan providers argued prior to the legislature for preemption of all of the town ordinances managing credit access organizations, chief among all of their policy arguments ended up being the idea so it will be too administratively hard to keep an eye on the various “patchwork of regulation” that exists from town to city. (more…)

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