Liberty’s Work To Regulate Lenders Generates More Interest

Liberty’s Work To Regulate Lenders Generates More Interest

City Court Filing Defends Ordinance; Business Says It Differs From Payday Lenders

Barbara Shelly

Posted June 4th, 2020 at 6:00 AM

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The town of Liberty contends it offers the proper to control companies that engage in high-interest financing, regardless of if those continuing organizations claim to stay a course of loan providers protected by state legislation.

In a recently available appropriate filing, the Northland town defended a recently enacted ordinance as being a “valid and legal exercise,” and asked that a judge dismiss a lawsuit brought by two installment lending companies. Continue reading “Liberty’s Work To Regulate Lenders Generates More Interest”