The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced Tuesday that it will support a hold harmless period for banks to get into TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures compliance. There is a move to pass legislation that would formalize this grace period. For any grace period to have a reasonable effect, it must provide such broad relief that lenders would not face a secondary market backlash or subsequent lawsuits.
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