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Seal of the University of California, Davis UC Davis Law Review

Vol. 4, No. 1, 1971

Introduction

Title Page 

Table of Contents 

Table of Cases 

Table of Statutes 

Foreword 

Introduction 

Notes

The Unruh Act: A Legislative History 

The Role of California's Attorney General and District Attorneys in Protecting the Consumer 

Attachment and Garnishment in California — In Need of Reform 

California's Automobile Deficiency Judgment Problem 

Consumer Credit Sale Disclosure in California 

The Impact of Truth in Lending on Automobile Financing - An Empirical Study 

Regulation Z, Recission, and Real Estate 

The Effect of Truth in Lending on Agricultural Transactions 

The Attorney as an Extender and Arranger of Credit 

Debtor's Dilemma: Status of the Secured Creditor under Chapter XIII of the Bankruptcy Act 

Number Eight and Still Trying Harder - An Analysis of Chapter XIII in Sacramento 

Bank Credit Cards and the Usury Laws 

Three Party Credit Card Transactions: Legal Rights and Duties 

The Apportionment of Credit Card Fraud Loss 

Protecting Consumers from Arbitrary, Erroneous, and Malicious Credit Information 

A Federal Usury Law - Uniformity at Any Rate 

Index 

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