HLPA

(redirected from Home Loan Protection Act)
AcronymDefinition
HLPAHispanic/Latino Professionals Association
HLPAHousing Law Practitioners Association (UK)
HLPAHome Loan Protection Act (various states)
HLPAHawaii Lumber Products Association
HLPAHabitual Level of Physical Activity
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A lender must verify a borrower's self-reported income and consider his or her ability to repay under the anti-flipping provision of the New Mexico Home Loan Protection Act.
The Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, which went into effect in July 2003, protects borrowers from high points and mortgage fees from loans based on equity, rather than the borrowers ability to pay.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services announced today that it has reviewed New Mexico Senate Bill 228 (the Bill) that repeals Section 7 of the New Mexico Home Loan Protection Act (the Act) and that was signed by the governor Feb.
3989, referred to as the Tennessee Home Loan Protection Act of 2006; and on July 11, 2006, Rhode Island Governor Donald Carcieri signed the Rhode Island Home Loan Protection Act, S.
A recently conducted poll aimed at assessing New Mexicans' attitudes towards the issue of abusive lending and the New Mexico Home Loan Protection Act revealed a very low public awareness of the issue and law.
The provision in New Mexico's Home Loan Protection Act permitting a borrower to assert all affirmative claims and defenses against a creditor or holder of a home loan that the borrower has against a manufactured home seller or home-improvement contractor was recently repealed.
On April 11, 2003, Governor Richardson signed SB 449, The Home Loan Protection Act (the Act), a law addressing predatory lending issues in New Mexico -- the relevant provisions of which became effective on Jan.
City Council enacted the Home Loan Protection Act of 2002.
Standard & Poor's)--Standard & Poor's Ratings Services announced today that it has reviewed New Mexico's Home Loan Protection Act (the Act) that is to become effective Jan.
The "Florida Home Loan Protection Act," introduced by State Senator Kendrick Meek (D-Miami) and state Representative Dorothy Bendross-Mindinghall (D-Miami) in January, differentiates between "home loans" and "high-cost home loans," and applies various restrictions to both categories.
None of the mortgage loans are a "high-cost home loan" as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended and the Florida Home Loan Protection Act.
None of the mortgage loans are a 'high-cost home loan' as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended and the Florida Home Loan Protection Act.