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October 13, 2014

A Sign of Hope for Regulatory Relief: CFPB Proposes Program for Lender ‘No-Action’ Letters

By Brandon Ivey

However, the CFPB official said the no-action letters would not give a requesting entity an exemption from complying with any statutory or regulatory rules.

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