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House Bill 489

General Assembly: 132

Short Title: Address financial institution regulation and consumer protection   [ Show Long Title ]

Long Title: To amend sections 1101.05, 1109.20, 1121.10, 1125.23, 1181.08, 1322.01, 1322.07, 1322.09, 1322.12, 1322.34, 1322.40, 1322.50, 1733.01, 1733.04, 1733.041, 1733.05, 1733.13, 1733.14, 1733.16, 1733.19, 1733.22, 1733.24, 1733.32, 1733.329, and 1733.39, to enact sections 103.31, 1121.101, 1121.61, 1349.72, 1733.051, 1733.152, 1733.328, 1733.441, and 1733.53, and to repeal section 1733.26 of the Revised Code to revise the laws governing credit unions, to provide some regulatory relief to state banks and credit unions, to provide for data analytics to be conducted on publicly available information regarding banks, credit unions, and consumer finance companies, to require registration of mortgage loan servicers, and to require a specified notice be given to a debtor for certain debt collection.

Primary Sponsor: Representative Dever

Version: As Enrolled

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Local Impact Statement Procedure Required
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