This guide explains the purpose, scope, and major provisions of the federal Consumer Leasing Act and its implementing regulation (Regulation M), as well as certain related issues that affect dealer leasing operations. The guide details
the disclosures required by the CLA and Reg M (such as the Amount Due at Lease Signing or Delivery, Payment Schedule, Total Amount of Periodic Payments, and Other Charges); the federal standards applicable to charges for occurrences such as Early
Termination, Excess Wear and Mileage, and late payments; limitations on docs fees when lessees exercise a purchase option; disclosing a prior credit or lease balance; many other technical requirements; and the consequences for noncompliance.
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