Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans Sample Clauses

Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans. None of the Mortgage Loans are classified as (a) “high cost” loans under the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act of 1994 or (b) “high cost,” “threshold,” “predatory” or “covered” loans or “High Cost Home Loans” under any other applicable state, federal or local law (or a similarly classified loan using different terminology under a law imposing heightened regulatory scrutiny or additional legal liability for residential mortgage loans having high interest rates, points and/or fees);
Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans. None of the Mortgage Loans (a) is covered by the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act of 1994 or (b) is classified as a "high cost home," "threshold," "covered" (excluding a "covered home loan" as defined in clause (1) of the definition of such term under the New Jersey Home Ownership Security Act of 2002), "high risk home", "predatory" or similar loan under any other applicable federal, state or local law (including without limitation any regulation or ordinance) (or a similarly classified loan using different terminology under a law imposing heightened regulatory scrutiny or additional legal liability for residential mortgage loans having high interest rates, points and/or fees) or (c) a Mortgage Loan categorized as "High Cost" or "Covered" pursuant to Appendix E of the Standard & Poor's Glossary, and no Mortgage Loan originated on or after October 1, 2002 through March 6, 2003 is governed by the Georgia Fair Lending Act;
Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans. None of the Mortgage Loans are classified as (a) "high cost" loans under the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act of 1994 or (b) "high cost," "threshold," or "predatory" loans under any other applicable state, federal or local law.
Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans. None of the Mortgage Loans are classified as High Cost Mortgage Loans.
Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans. None of the Mortgage Loans are classified as (a) “high cost” loans under the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act of 1994 or (b) “high cost,” “threshold,” “predatory”, “covered” loans under any other applicable state, federal or local law. (or a similarly classified loan using different terminology under a law imposing heightened regulatory scrutiny or additional legal liability for residential mortgage loans having high interest rates, points and/or fees). Each Mortgage Loan is in compliance with the anti-predatory lending eligibility for purchase requirements of Fannie Mae’s Selling Guide. No Mortgage Loan is a High Cost Loan or Covered Loan, as applicable (as such terms are defined in the then current Standard & Poor’s LEVELS® Glossary);
Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans. No Mortgage Loan (i) is classified as High Cost Mortgage Loans (ii) is subject to any law, regulation or rule that (A) imposes liability on a mortgagee or a lender to a mortgagee for upkeep to a Mortgaged Property prior to completion of foreclosure thereon, or (B) imposes liability on a lender to a mortgagee for acts or omissions of the mortgagee or otherwise defines a mortgagee in a manner that would include a lender to a mortgagee.
Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans. No Mortgage Loan (i) is classified as High Cost Mortgage Loans or (ii) is subject to Section 226.32 of Regulation Z or any similar state law (relating to high interest rate credit/lending transactions). No Mortgagor was encouraged or required to select a Mortgage Loan product offered by Seller or the originator which is a higher cost product designed for less creditworthy borrowers, unless at the time of the Mortgage Loan’s origination, such Mortgagor did not qualify taking into account credit history and debt to income ratios for a lower cost credit product then offered by Seller or originator. If, at the time of loan application, the Mortgagor qualified for a lower cost credit product then offered by Seller or the originator’s standard mortgage channel (if applicable), Seller or the originator directed the Mortgagor towards such standard mortgage channel, or offered such lower-cost credit product to the Mortgagor.
Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans. No Loan (i) is classified as a High Cost Loan, or (ii) is subject to Section 226.32 of Regulation Z or any similar state law (relating to high interest rate credit/lending transactions).
Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans. No Mortgage Loan is classified as High Cost Mortgage Loans.
Predatory Lending Regulations; High Cost Loans. No Mortgage Loan (a) is subject to Section 226.32 of Regulation Z or any similar state law (relating to high interest rate credit/lending transactions), (b) is a High Cost Mortgage Loan or (c) contains any term or condition, or involves any loan origination practice, that has been defined as “predatory” under any applicable federal, state, county or municipal law, or that has been expressly categorized as an “unfair” or “deceptive” term, condition or practice in any such applicable federal, state, county or municipal law. No predatory or deceptive lending practices, including, without limitation, the extension of credit without regard to the ability of the Mortgagor to repay and the extension of credit which has no apparent benefit to the Mortgagor, were employed in the origination of the Mortgage Loan.