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Each comment in the commentary is identified by a number and the regulatory section or paragraph that it interprets. If a transaction provides for the deferral of the payment of a debt, it is credit covered by Regulation B even though it may not be a credit transaction covered by Regulation Z (Truth in Lending) (12 CFR Part 1026).
For example, comments to § 1002.2(c) are further divided by subparagraph, such as comment 2(c)(1)(ii)-1 and comment 2(c)(2)(ii)-1. Further, the definition of creditor is not restricted to the party or person to whom the obligation is initially payable, as is the case under Regulation Z.
The Equal Credit Opportunity Act and Regulation B apply to all credit--commercial as well as personal-without regard to the nature or type of the credit or the creditor, except for an entity excluded from coverage of this part (but not the Act) by section 1029 of the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010 (12 U. Moreover, the Act and regulation apply to all methods of credit evaluation, whether performed judgmentally or by use of a credit scoring system. Regulation B generally does not apply to lending activities that occur outside the United States.
The regulation does apply to lending activities that take place within the United States (as well as the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and any territory or possession of the United States), whether or not the applicant is a citizen. If a credit card issuer terminates the open-end account of a customer because the customer has moved out of the card issuer's service area, the termination is adverse action unless termination on this ground was explicitly provided for in the credit agreement between the parties. If a mortgagor sells or transfers mortgaged property without the consent of the mortgagee, and the mortgagee exercises its contractual right to accelerate the mortgage loan, the mortgagee may treat the mortgagor as being in default.
In cases where termination is adverse action, notification is required under § 1002.9. If a creditor terminates credit accounts that have low credit limits (for example, under 0) but keeps open accounts with higher credit limits, the termination is adverse action and notification is required under § 1002.9. An adverse action notice need not be given to the mortgagor or the transferee.