California Financial Code - FIN

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  • General Provisions
  • Division 1. Financial Institutions
  • Division 1.1. Banking
  • Division 1.2. Money Transmission Act
  • Division 1.3. The Setting of Fees in Consumer Credit Agreements and Related Consumer Protections
  • Division 1.4. California Financial Information Privacy Act
  • Division 1.5. Financial Institutions
  • Division 1.6. Depository Corporations--Sale, Merger, and Conversion
  • Division 1.7. Covered Loans
  • Division 1.8. Securities Sales
  • Division 1.9. Persons Connected with Financial Institutions
  • Division 1.10. Higher-Priced Mortgage Loans
  • Division 2. Savings Association Law
  • Division 3. Check Sellers, Bill Payers, and Proraters
  • Division 4. Automated Teller Machines:  User Safety
  • Division 4.5. Automated Teller Machine Surcharge Disclosure
  • Division 5. Credit Unions
  • Division 6. Escrow Agents
  • Division 7. Industrial Loan Companies
  • Division 8. Pawnbrokers
  • Division 9. California Finance Lenders Law
  • Division 10. California Deferred Deposit Transaction Law
  • Division 11.5. National Housing Act Loans
  • Division 12. College Loans
  • Division 13. Premium Financing
  • Division 14. Securities Depositories
  • Division 15. Business and Industrial Development Corporations
  • Division 15.5. State Assistance Fund for Enterprise, Business and Industrial Development Corporation
  • Division 19. Release of Demand Deposit Funds
  • Division 20. California Residential Mortgage Lending Act
  • Division 20.5. Exchange Facilitators
  • Division 22. California Financial Literacy Fund

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