National Credit Regulator definition

National Credit Regulator means the National Credit Regulator established in terms of section 12 of the National Credit Act;
National Credit Regulator. – means the National Credit Regulator as defined in the National Credit Act 2005.
National Credit Regulator. (NCR) means the national consumer regulator as established in terms of the NCA;

Examples of National Credit Regulator in a sentence

  • If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your query or complaint, you have the right to resolve the matter by way of alternative dispute resolution or you can file any complaints with the National Credit Regulator (contact number 0860 627 627) or make application to the National Credit Tribunal.

  • The National Credit Regulator may be contacted on 0860 627 627 /info@NCR.org.za and the National Consumer Tribunal may be contacted at 012 663 5615 / 0860 627 627.

  • Section 143 of the principal Act is hereby amended by the substitution for paragraph (a) of the following paragraph: 40‘‘(a) The National Credit Regulator, or the National Consumer Commission in the case of a matter arising in terms of the Consumer Protection Act, 2008;’’.Amendment of section 147 of Act 34 of 2005 7.

  • Disputes and complaints about a credit agreement can also be resolved by: • seeking resolution of a dispute by alternative dispute resolution under the NCA; • filing a complaint with the National Credit Regulator; or • applying to the National Consumer Tribunal.

  • Complaints may be directed to the Service Provider at the contact details provided in the Agreement, or to the National Credit Regulator at (011) 554-2600.

  • If the Consumer is in default under this agreement and this agreement is being reviewed in terms of section 86 of the Act, the Credit Provider may give notice to terminate the review in the prescribed manner to the Consumer, the debt counselor and the National Credit Regulator contemplated in the Act.

  • The contact details of the Credit Bureau, National Credit Regulator, Tribunal and Banking ombud are available on request and shall also be available on our website.

  • The National Credit Regulator (NCR) was established in terms of Section 12 (1) of the National Credit Act (Act 34 of 2005) and came into being on 1 June 2006.The NCR will determine which bidding organisation (“bid participant”), if any, is appointed in response to this request for submission as stipulated in section 2 of this document.

  • You can file any credit related complaints with the National Credit Regulator (contact number 0860 627627) or make application to the National Credit Tribunal.

  • Please note that the prices contained in the pricing proposal are the only charges that may be levied if the participant’s proposal is successful, unless explicitly agreed to in writing by the National Credit Regulator, and in terms of the General Conditions of Contract.


More Definitions of National Credit Regulator

National Credit Regulator or “NCR” means the National Credit Regulator as established in terms of the National Credit Act;

Related to National Credit Regulator

  • National Credit Act means the National Credit Act, 2005 (Act No. 34 of 2005);

  • Truth in Lending Act means the Truth in Lending Act of 1968, as amended.

  • Securities Trading Act means the Securities Trading Act of 2007 no.75 of the Relevant Jurisdiction.

  • Regulation Z means Regulation Z of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (or any successor), as the same may be modified and supplemented and in effect from time to time.

  • Reporting Financial Institution means a Reporting Portuguese Financial Institution or a Reporting U.S. Financial Institution, as the context requires.

  • Credit Score With respect to any Mortgage Loan, a numerical assessment of default risk with respect to the Mortgagor under such Mortgage Loan, determined on the basis of a methodology developed by Fair, Xxxxx & Co., Inc.