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Payments and credits, 9th ed.


Payments and credits, 9th ed.

Warren, William D. and Steven D. Walt.

Foundation Press


482 pages



University casebook series


Warren (law, U. of California, Los Angeles) and Walt (law, U. of Virginia) provide a casebook on payments and credits for law students. This edition takes into account developments in commercial law and practice, including the Dodd-Frank Act, the Federal Reserve Board's consolidation of check-processing regions, and amendments to regulations related to electronically produced checks, credit and debit cards, and ACH transfers, as well as the increase of electronic, non-check payments. It includes the Check 21 Act, the Credit Card Act of 2009, and the 2010 revisions on debit cards under Regulation DD, as well as the amendments of the ACH regulations that led to widespread check conversion in which paper checks carry out electronic funds transfers. It also addresses the trend toward increased federalization of bank-customer relations, and has new cases, notes, problems, and text on new regulations and emerging issues.

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