Had the Georgia Fair Lending Act not been watered down, we would be in a very different place right now," says Brown.
What does GAFLA stand for?
GAFLA stands for Georgia Fair Lending Act
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- Gustav A. Fritsche Middle School (Milwaukee, WI)
- Gambian Food and Nutrition Association (Gambia)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
We picked the Georgia Fair Lending Act as our first lesson to study.
Nor are their claims that the amended Georgia Fair Lending Act will be good for those vulnerable to scam artists and unscrupulous lenders.
1, 1999, respectively; as a general matter, Standard & Poor's has not issued releases regarding anti-predatory lending statutes that became effective before its initial predatory lending release regarding the Georgia Fair Lending Act, published Jan.
is urging state and local governments that may be considering their own version of the Georgia Fair Lending Act (GFLA) to avoid repeating Georgia's mistakes.
None of the mortgage loans originated in the state of Georgia are high cost or are governed under the Georgia Fair Lending Act (GFLA).
While the Rule clarifies the OCC's position regarding the applicability of state laws to National Banks themselves, the Rule is silent on the issue of whether assignee liability provisions contained in state laws and regulations (including anti-predatory lending laws) are preempted by federal law; although the OCC separately addressed this issue in connection with the Georgia Fair Lending Act (GFLA) (see "Standard & Poor's Announces Position on OCC's Preemption Order for the GFLA," published on RatingsDirect on Oct.
None of the mortgage loans are a 'high-cost home loan' as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended and the Florida Home Loan Protection Act.