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Legal Form Books by Subject

This guide lists various legal form books by subject.

Banking Law

Federal Banking Law Reporter. Commerce Clearing House, 1973. [KF971.5 .F42]. Print updated to December 2010. A more current version is available on WestlawNext.[Available only to the UNC Law community].  

This looseleaf service contains the laws, regulations, decisions, agency and court decisions, explanations, and other legal developments in banking law.  It also contains some related forms.  

Clontz, Ralph C., Truth in-lending Manual: Text and Forms, rev. ed. Warren, Gorham & Lamont, 1996. [KF1040 .C54 Rev]. Print updated to September 2012 with a 2013 supplement. Print no longer updated.

This manual is designed to explain the Truth in Lending Act and related laws and regulations.  It discusses general principles, open/closed-end credit, enforcement liability, and consumer leasing.  Forms are in the appendix, in addition to laws, regulations, and interpretations.  

Reby, Jacob W., Banking and Lending Institution Forms: with Commentary and Checklists. Warren, Gorham Lamont, 1992. [KF972 .B36]. Print not updated. Also available on Lexis+.  [Available only to the UNC Law community].  

This comprehensive form book provides general banking and lending forms and sample language organized by topic/type of transaction (such as types of loans, agreements, and accounts) with some editorial commentary.