2006 New York Code - Laws: General Business : (380 - 380-t) Fair Credit Reporting ActArticle 25 - FAIR CREDIT REPORTING ACT
380 - Short title.
380-A - Definitions.
380-B - Permissible dissemination of reports.
380-C - Preparation and/or procurement of investigative consumer reports.
380-D - Disclosure to consumers.
380-E - Methods and conditions of disclosure to consumers.
380-F - Procedure for resolving disputes.
380-G - Public record information.
380-H - Restrictions on investigative consumer reports.
380-I - Requirements on users of consumer reports.
380-J - Prohibited information.
380-K - Compliance procedures.
380-L - Civil liability for willful noncompliance.
380-M - Civil liability for negligent noncompliance.
380-N - Jurisdiction of courts; limitation of actions.
380-O - Obtaining or introducing information under false pretenses; penalty.
380-P - Unauthorized disclosures by officers or employees; penalty.
380-Q - Disclosure of medical information.
380-R - Disclosures to governmental agencies.
380-S - Theft of identity.
380-T - Severability.
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