The “guarantee” is defined in the law as any form of mortgage, loan, clearing, guarantee or any other right that the debtor grants as a “guarantee” for consumer credit or lease with the creditor. This applies to both “real” securities, such as mortgages, and personal securities such as bonds. The only condition is that the guarantee be provided at the request of the debtor. Any guarantee must be made in writing and, in some cases, is part of the original lease. This is different from previous laws, which required written notification of the agreement but allowed for oral execution of the agreement.  In addition, there is some information that needs to be made available to you before an agreement is reached. They should be informed that since 1974 the law has been amended several times and now offers more protection to consumers than ever before. If the credit provider has not responded to your letter indicating how much you must pay to repay some or all of the credit, or if you think they are trying to charge you too much, let them know that you will refer the matter to the Financial Ombudsman Service because your right to settle the agreement is denied. The response to the consumer and business organizations` report was largely positive, but the government did nothing at first because the Department of Commerce and Industry wanted time to develop the details of all the laws. His hand was finally forced by Baroness Phillips a year later, who launched a debate in the House of Lords on the matter. The government`s official statement was that it was prepared to accept almost all the recommendations on consumer credit, which it did not want to legislate on credit and securities.  In February 1973, they developed a voluntary code that they were waiting for loans.
The code contains guidelines for lending to individuals and publishing borrowing costs. In accordance with Part IV, the Secretary of State may adopt rules limiting the form and content of advertisements covered by the law. Regulations may also contain specific terms or facts and non-compliance is a criminal offence.