Circumventing State Consumer Protection Laws: Tribal Immunity and Internet Payday Lending

December 2012
North Carolina Law Review;Dec2012, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p326
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The article discusses tribal immunity, Internet payday lending practices, and the circumvention of state consumer protection laws as of December 2012, focusing on an analysis of self-governance policies and the U.S. federal government's treatment of Native America tribes as sovereign entities. A state's regulation of tribal-owned companies is addressed, along with an examination of the U.S. federal government's stance towards Internet tribal payday lenders.


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