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Notice and opportunities to comment

The CFPB requests public comment on a wide variety of topics to inform our work. These requests can include: proposed rules, requests for information, and Paperwork Reduction Act notices that give the public an opportunity to comment on potential information collections.

All these notices will be published in the Federal Register. You can submit comments online at Regulations.gov, by email, by mail, and by hand delivery/courier. For details, click on the link for the notice on which you’d like to comment. You don’t have to be an expert or a lawyer to give comments. We invite all individuals to share their views. 

You can also access notices with comment periods that have already closed and read comments posted to Regulations.gov.

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Recently posted notices

Request for Information Regarding Consumer Credit Card Market

The Credit CARD Act requires the Bureau to conduct a review of the consumer credit card market, within the limits of its existing resources available for reporting purposes. In connection with conducting that review, and in accordance with the act, the Bureau is soliciting information from the public about a number of aspects of the consumer credit card market.

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Registry of Supervised Nonbanks that Use Form Contracts to Impose Terms and Conditions That Seek to Waive or Limit Consumer Legal Protections

The Bureau is proposing to establish a public registry for nonbanks subject to the Bureau’s supervisory authority that use covered terms or conditions, as described in the proposed rule, in a new part 1092 in title 12 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

Notice of Intent to Make Preemption Determination under the Truth in Lending Act

This notice responds to a request that the CFPB make a preemption determination regarding certain provisions in a commercial financing law in New York State. The notice states the CFPB’s intent to make a determination, its preliminary conclusion that TILA does not preempt the New York law, and the possibility of issuing a determination on commercial financing laws in three other states. The notice solicits public comment.

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