A pawnbroker is an individual or business (pawnshop or pawn shop) that offers secured loans to people, with items of personal property used as collateral. The items having been pawned to the broker are themselves called pledges or pawns, or simply the collateral. While many items can be pawned, pawnshops typically accept jewelry, musical instruments, home audio equipment, computers, video game systems, coins, gold, silver, televisions, cameras, power tools, firearms, and other relatively valuable items as collateral. If an item is pawned for a loan (colloquially "hocked" or "popped"), within a certain contractual period of time the pawner may redeem …



ETUI: European Trade Union Institute · 5 May 2023 English

This book is of notable interest. It reconstructs the history of the dramatic events of the second half of the 20th century that took place in certain eastern European countries, …

The constant long queues before the central pawnbroking office showed how essential and important that

CSJ: Centre for Social Justice · 25 November 2022 English

We are delighted to have worked in partnership with the Centre for Social Justice to deliver a powerful report that highlights the challenge of the cost of living on those …

18% Use a local corner shop or a payday loan, pawnbroking loan, small store of a chain supermarket in-person to 17 per cent of all people. Payday loans, pawnbroking loans, and doorstep lenders all featured in this

SMF: Social Market Foundation · 3 May 2022 English

resolve the issue between banks and the pawnbroking sector. [...] Dr Joanne Atkinson of the University of Portsmouth has suggested that the decline of pawnbroking may increase the risk of financial exclusion the emergent picture of pawnbroking customers and why they use pawnbroking services is one of necessity. [...] In the context of industry decline and the closure of pawnbroking shops, this raises some

Extending credit Understanding pawnbroking customers' options Jake Shepherd Kindly supported by SOCIAL Chapter Two – Understanding pawnbroking 12 Chapter Three – Understanding pawnbroking customers’ options 20 reflect those of the sponsor. Thanks to all pawnbroking customers who gave up their time to participate market. This report does not make the case for pawnbroking or make the case against it. We take no position would happen then? Given the declining number of pawnbroking shops in the UK, that question is not fanciful

CLS: Community Legal Services of Philadelphia · 2022 English

refuse license for any conviction of engaging in pawnbroking business without license; may deny for crime

ULCC: Uniform Law Conference of Canada · 23 March 2021 English

8 CRIMINAL INTEREST RATE: REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP principal.24 However, the courts were ultimately persuaded of the inappropriateness of this response, recognizing instead a lack of criminal intent among …

security on property and not through a margin loan, pawnbroking, a line of credit or a credit card. (2) Section

Consumer Action Law Centre · 2021 English

options, such as in relation to council rates or pawnbroking contracts, or any options that do exist are impractical

Money Advice Trust · 6 July 2020 English

FCA decision to extend the temporary guidance relating to rent-to- own, buy-now pay-later and pawnbroking agreements to 31st October 2020. [...] “1.76 The effect of the interest waiver should be that a

relating to rent-to- own, buy-now pay-later and pawnbroking agreements to 31st October 2020. It is helpful

C.D. Howe Institute · 19 May 2020 English

Policy Measures Taken by Governments, as of June 1st (provincial measures not included) Canada US UK Canada - 2008 - ONR lowered by 150 bps - FFR lowered by 150 …

YU, NWT, and NU social services BNPL, RTO and pawnbroking agreements. 1 - Emergency Community Support Fund

IPPR: Institute for Public Policy Research · 7 May 2020 English

However, the urgency of the situation, and the scale of the spending involved, has tended to obscure the political decisions being made about who should bear the economic costs and …

April 2020. ‘Rent-to-own, buy-now pay-later and pawnbroking agreements and coronavirus: draft temporary guidance onsultations/rent- to-own-buy-now-pay-later-pawnbroking-agreements-coronavirus ; FCA, 17 April 2020. consultations/rent-to-own-buy-now-pay-later-pawnbroking-agreements-coronavirus consultations/rent-to-own-buy-now-pay-later-pawnbroking-agreements-coronavirus

CEPII: Centre d’Etudes Prospectives et d’Informations Internationales  · 29 April 2020 English

DT n ° 2020-20, April 2020 Formally independent private banks change their supply of credit to the corporate sector for the constituencies of contested political incumbents in order to improve …

banks (local establishments that specialize in pawnbroking). 16Interbank lending accounts for a large share

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