WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released guidance on Monday that will require mortgage servicers to detail plans for reducing mishaps stemming from when they exchange the rights for managing a portfolio.

The CFPB bulletin, which was issued nearly a month after the bureau finalized a broad series of general requirements for mortgage servicers — warned of recent consumer complaints about service interruptions, the failure of new servicers to recognize terms of loan modifications and other complications arising from transfers of servicing rights between companies.

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