|Pennsylvania Consumer Law|
AUTHOR: CAROLYN L. CARTER, Editor
Irv Ackelsberg, Paul L. Brooks, Susan L. DeJarnatt
Eric L. Frank, Joseph K. Goldberg, Daniel L. Haller,
Catherine T. Martin & Prof. Cary L. Flitter
Published: December, 2002 (Previous Edition: 1997)
Most recent supplement/update: 2019 supplement; released Dec. 2018; $135.00
(Current Subscriber's Price: $109.00)
1 VOLUME, LOOSE-LEAF, PRICE: $129.00
A DIVERSE PRACTICE NEEDS A STRONG FOUNDATION!
This is the only book available that focuses on Pennsylvania's unique web of intricate, intertwined consumer laws. This resource discusses all of the laws in detail, and deals with how they relate to one another and to federal laws and regulations governing consumer transactions.
Bisel's PENNSYLVANIA CONSUMER LAW is the successor to the Banks-Baldwin book of the same name. Our new book has greatly expanded the previous edition: more forms; a completely revised and updated text; and newly-added discussions of telemarketing laws, credit repair clinics, health clubs and weight loss centers, security interests in consumer leasing transactions, the Plain Language Law, and consumer credit protections applicable to bank transactions. There is now a greatly expanded discussion of federal preemption of Pennsylvania usury laws, and detailed coverage of the new regulation and case law under the Homeowners Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program.
PENNSYLVANIA CONSUMER LAW gives you:
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SUMMARY OF CONTENTS
|Introduction and Acknowledgments
About the Authors
|1.||Chart of Laws Applicable to Consumer Transactions|
|2.||Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law|
|8.||The Law of Repossessions|