GC16/2: Proposal to issue guidance on the FCA’s view of enforcing security under the Consumer Credit Act 1974

Published: 19/02/2016   Last Modified : 29/02/2016

We invite views on the proposal to issue guidance, which explains how we will interpret provisions of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (CCA) regarding the enforcement of security in relation to a regulated credit agreement or a regulated consumer hire agreement.

We are aware of technical difficulties with the previous email address to submit feedback on our consultation. We apologise to anyone who has been affected by this. We have resolved these problems, however if you submitted feedback between 19 February 2016 to 29 February 2016, or received a bounce-back email, please resend it to: martin.goulden@fca.org.uk.

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