The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) regulates the offering and provision of consumer financial products or services under the federal consumer financial laws and educates and empowers consumers to make better informed financial decisions. The principal goals of the CFPB are, as described by the agency:
Rooting out unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices by writing rules, supervising companies, and enforcing the law;
Enforcing laws that outlaw discrimination in consumer finance;
Taking consumer complaints;
Enhancing financial education;
Researching the consumer experience of using financial products; and
Monitoring financial markets for new risks to consumers.
This page includes the principal materials directly relevant to the CFPB and its regulations. For each of the regulations imposing substantive obligations, the page provides a link to a focus page that provides a comprehensive collection of material on that topic.
All CFPB Rules (12 CFR 1002-91)
Part 1012, Regulation L: Special rules of practice (Filing and adjudicatory proceedings relating to land registration) | Focus Page