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14.1 Bureau Authority; Issuance of Regulations

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14.1 Bureau Authority; Issuance of Regulations

 

 


14.1.  Bureau Authority;  Issuance of Regulations.  Title XIV provides that most of its provisions will be treated as Designated Laws for purposes of the jurisdiction of the Bureau.  Title XIV provides that regulations required under the Title are to be issued in final form before the end of the 18-month period beginning on the Bureau Transfer Date. Title XIV has a number of provisions providing for regulations to be issued by Fed under amendments to Truth in Lending Act (“TILA”) contained in Title XIV. Pursuant to Title X, the Bureau will assume the Fed’s rulemaking authority in regard to these amendments on the Bureau Transfer Date.[§§1100A, 1100H]