When suing to collect a balance allegedly owed on an unpaid revolving credit-card account, the creditor must prove more than the total amount remaining unpaid
A state appeals court makes it tougher for creditors to win summary judgment in suits over unpaid credit-card balances — holding them to the same standard required to obtain a default judgment
Where a seller failed to give the required written notice of the right to cancel, a buyer's prompt telephone notice was effective under the Door-to-Door Retail Installment Sales Act of 1968
A state appeals court gives a boost to consumers who want to cancel a contract with a door-to-door salesman, finding they can do so by phone if the contract doesn't spell out the method
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