FAIR-CREDIT-REPORTING ACT

fair-credit-reporting act. A federal or state law that regulates the keeping of credit reports and ensures the right of consumers to get and correct their credit reports. • The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act was enacted in 1970. 15 USCA §§ 1681–1681u. [Cases: Credit Reporting Agencies 1–4. C.J.S. Credit Reporting Agencies; Consumer Protection §§ 2–22.]
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