Posted March 10, 2022
The Consumer Credit Act is an Act of Parliament created to provide protection for consumers and outlines how certain commercial credit agreements should be conducted.
The webinar covers when an agreement is regulated by the Consumer Credit Act 1974, how a client’s liability can be reduced and a creditor’s ability to enforce a debt affected, if they fail to serve a relevant notice. This webinar covers:
- Annual statements
- Arrears notices
- Interest after judgment
- The High Court case of Madison CF UK (trading as 118118 Money) v Various, in which 371 county court judgments were set aside, because relevant notices had not been served.
You can watch the webinar recording on our website.