WASHINGTON - The banking industry's regulatory relief agenda advanced this week as House and Senate negotiators agreed on legislation permitting forbearance in disaster areas.

The measure would permit regulators to suspend appraisal requirements, truth-in-lending disclosures, expedited funds availability regulations, and other rules that might be difficult to comply with or that might impede lending in affected areas.

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