|(a) Disclosures for credit access business transactions
must be printed in an easily readable font and type size. If other
state or federal law requires a certain type size for a specific disclosure
or notice, the type size specified by the other law should be used.
(b) The text of the document must be set in an easily
readable typeface. Typefaces considered to be readable include: Arial,
Calibri, Caslon, Century Schoolbook, Garamond, Helvetica, Scala, and
Times New Roman.
(c) The consumer disclosure for each product offered
under Texas Finance Code, Chapter 393 must be provided to consumers
as a separate document. Each product disclosure must fit on one standard-size
sheet of paper (8 1/2 by 11 inches), printed on one side.