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What does AHLPA stand for?

AHLPA stands for Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act


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The Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, which went into effect in July 2003, protects borrowers from high points and mortgage fees from loans based on equity, rather than the borrowers ability to pay.
None of the mortgage loans are a "high-cost home loan" as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended and the Florida Home Loan Protection Act.
None of the mortgage loans are a 'high-cost home loan' as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended and the Florida Home Loan Protection Act.
None of the mortgage loans are 'high-cost' home loans as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended, the Florida Home Loan Protection Act and the District of Columbia Home Loan Protection Act.
None of the mortgage loans are 'high-cost' home loans as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended, the Florida Home Loan Protection Act and the District of Columbia Home Loan Protection Act.
None of the Mortgage Loans are 'high-cost' home loans as defined in the Georgia Fair Lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, or Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended, or the Florida Home Loan Protection Act, or the District of Columbia Home Loan Protection Act.
None of the mortgage loans are 'high-cost' home loans as defined in the Georgia Fair lending Act, as amended, the New York Predatory Lending Law, the Arkansas Home Loan Protection Act, as amended, or Kentucky Revised Statutes, as amended.