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Waiver of exemption

A waiver of exemption is a concept found in some consumer credit contracts. It’s a provision where the consumer waives their rights to protection from asset seizure in the event of a default, even if the state they reside in exempts the consumer from those actions. Waivers of exception are regulated by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). 

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