Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection:
Smart Consumer (Finances,
Common Scams, Immigrants and Refugees, and Families)
Connecticut Department of Banking:
Connecticut Attorney General's Office:
OLR Research Reports - Office of Legislative Research:
from Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut:
Information from the Consumer Financial
Protection Bureau (CFPB):
The Judicial Branch law libraries hold a number of items which may be of help to
the person researching consumer law. The Subject Headings below are recommended,
and can be entered as subject searches using our
on-line catalog, or
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Consumer Protection -- Law and Legislation
Consumer credit -- Law and legislation -- United States
Consumer credit -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Title 42 - Business, Selling, Trading and Collection Practices
(Note the seven repealed chapters, a number of which have been subsumed under
- Uniform Commercial Code)
Chapter 669 -
Creditors' Collection Practices Act (CCPA)
(Formerly Sec. 36-243c). Enforcement Powers of Commissioner.
Disclosure to Consumer of Information re Credit Report
Dispute by consumer re completeness or accuracy of information
Sec. 36a-800. Consumer Collection Agency. Definitions
Unfair or Deceptive Practices. Enforcement Action
Sec. 36a-701. Security freeze on credit report: Definitions
Security Freeze on Credit Report. Timing. Disclosure of Report to Third
Party During Freeze. Procedures for Freeze. Refusal by Credit Rating Agency
to Implement Freeze. Exceptions. Prohibition on Fees.
Sec. 53-454. Misrepresentation as on-line Internet business.
Civil Enforcement by Attorney General or Aggrieved Person. Damages.
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