Law School Discussion

Help Needed- To ID States with Due Course Rules for Student Loans

I need some help researching state law.  I'm trying to identify which states allow student loan debtors to assert as defense against repayment actions against loan originators or successors under the FTC Holder-In-Due-Course Rule 16 C.F.R. 433.2(a) (1988).

So far I've identified the following:

Appear to allow:


 GA (Bartels v. Alabama Commercial College, US Ct. of Appeals, 11th circuit, No. 94-8607, 1995)

 OH (LaPoint v. Secretary of Educ, No. C-3-93-56 (S.D. Ohio filed Dec. 21, 1994))

 DC (Armstrong v. Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training Inc, Supreme Ct, 99-395)



Can anyone help verify these an identify other states?  I would like to know what the status is in all 50 if possible.

Thanks everyone. 

Re: Question on States with Due Course Rules for Student Loans
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2004, 04:40:20 PM »
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