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Consumer Credit Forms Review

Drafting Forms

Drafters must first review the provisions of the WCA and the federal consumer credit laws. Forms must be drafted to comply with these laws. DFI will not draft your form for you, so be sure to read the WCA and relevant federal Statutes carefully before drafting the form. It is usually helpful to have an attorney familiar with consumer credit in Wisconsin draft the form for you. Review of forms for compliance with the WCA is provided so that drafters may ensure that they accurately understand the requirements of the WCA in drafting the form. Forms found to contain a large number of conspicuous violations will be summarily disapproved and returned to the drafter for revision to comply with the WCA and federal consumer credit laws.