AFSA

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AcronymDefinition
AFSAAmerican Foreign Service Association
AFSAAmerican Financial Services Association
AFSAAmerican Fire Sprinkler Association
AFSAAir Force Sergeants Association
AFSAAdoption and Safe Families Act of 1997 (law)
AFSAAmerican Federation of School Administrators
AFSAArmed Forces Security Agency
AFSAArbitration Foundation of Southern Africa
AFSAAmerican Fibromyalgia Syndrome Association, Inc.
AFSAAustralian Fertiliser Services Association
AFSAAir Force Safety Agency
AFSAAssociation Française du Syndrome d'Angelman
AFSAAmerican Federation of Strength Athletes
AFSAAlternative Force Structure Assessment
AFSAAfghan Student Association
AFSAAssociation Française des Semences Autogames (French)
AFSAAssociation of the French Schools in North America (est. 1985)
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The American Financial Services Association claimed the bill would cut off legitimate credit to disadvantaged neighborhoods.
The Mortgage Bankers Association joined in with a brief filed jointly by the American Financial Services Association, the Consumer Mortgage Coalition and the Independent Community Bankers of America.
"We've had our iMIS system for years," says Angie Farinas, director of finance and administration for the American Financial Services Association, Washington, D.C.
The industry spin on this draconian legislation is that it would crack down on what it calls a growing trend of "bankruptcies of convenience." The American Financial Services Association (AFSA) argues that debtors routinely file for bankruptcy to escape debts even when they have the means to make payments.
"Creditors of all types are alarmed by what's happening with personal bankruptcy filings and would like to see changes to address it," said Lynne Strang, director of communications for the American Financial Services Association, a Washington trade group.
Send a check for $2 to the American Financial Services Association, 919 18th St.
Bill Himpler, senior vice president, federal affairs, for the American Financial Services Association (AFSA), Washington, D.C., agreed.
These are real stories from the new video documentary: Going Broke In America: Bankruptcy And Your Alternatives, a 26 1/2-minute video by the American Financial Services Association (AFSA).
The Lucas County Common Pleas Court granted the motion for summary judgment in favor of the American Financial Services Association (AFSA), Washington, D.C., which had been joined by Ohio Attorney General Jim Petro, who sought to defend the state "covered loan" law that was passed in February 2002 and became effective in May 2002.
ACCORDING TO LOTSTEIN BUCKMAN, ON JULY 25, Judge Peggy Foley Jones of the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas denied a request by the American Financial Services Association (AFSA) for a temporary injunction blocking the implementation of a "predatory lending" ordinance passed by the Cleveland City Council in April.
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