As reports swirl in the marketplace that Boston Bancorp is negotiating a sale to Bank of Boston, the thrift company is taking action to answer regulatory criticism of its management policies that led to the resignation of top two executives six months ago.

The $2.1 billion-asset thrift purchased four branches that it had leased from a limited partnership dominated by former chairman Richard Laine and president Paul Archibald.

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