Date of Award
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Economics and Finance
Although our country is said to be free, we live primarily on credit, and we are bound to financial obligations. Each of us deals with credit in our everyday lives, yet most people know very little concerning their rights and the laws dealing with credit. A discussion of credit laws contained in the Utah Uniform Consumer Credit Code, complicated legal language versus layman's language in loans and sales, and enforcement will be presented in this paper. Following the report, there is a conclusion which summarizes the points presented and explains why I believe the American public needs a mass education in consumer credit. A bibliography concludes the paper.
Robinson, Karen, "Uniform Commercial Credit Code of Utah" (1981). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1076.
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