Using a hypothetical example, the author explains the applicable laws of fund (wire) transfers, credit, debit, and charge cards, checks, and other payment methods, including stored value, PayPal[Registered] and others, and then discusses those laws in the context of the hypothetical. Each chapter includes several research resources for additional information as well as handy checklists, forms and agreements. The book is accompanied by a CD-ROM of the checklists, forms and agreements for easy customization.Consequences when the three-day period is not terminated and credit is extended can be severe, particularly in bankruptcy, and may ... that are thus relevant to credit cards, such as a warning about the cost of making only the required minimum payment each month, and a preclusion ... The National Bank Act also may govern over state law as to finance charge and other limitations on credit card terms.
|Title||:||The Lawyer's Guide to Modern Payment Methods|
|Author||:||Frederick H. Miller|
|Publisher||:||American Bar Association - 2007|