WASHINGTON -- Mortgage bankers and real estate brokers will square off again Friday over some federal rules aimed at combating kickbacks for loan referrals.

Both sides, as well as consumer advocates, will testify at a hearing at the Department of Housing and Urban Development about regulations to implement a 1983 amendment to the Real Estate Settlement Practices Act of 1974.

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