The Consumer Credit Act 1974 establishes a code for the regulation of the provision to individuals of credit1. The Act provides for the making of regulations as to the form and content of regulated agreements2 and deals with, amongst other things, the cancellation3, termination4 and enforcement5 of, and withdrawal from6, such agreements. With particular reference to mortgages, the Act contains provisions dealing with the form and content of certain securities provided in relation to a regulated agreement7 and the enforcement
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