WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Friday it will delay the effective date of a grab bag of disclosure requirements from the Dodd-Frank Act to coordinate compliance with a broader overhaul of the mortgage disclosure regime.

The CFPB is currently attempting an ambitious project required under Dodd-Frank to consolidate the overlapping disclosures now required by the Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act into a simpler, combined form. But under the reform law, banks have faced a separate list of required changes to mortgage forms — including the addition of new escrow-related disclosures — set to take effect Jan. 21.

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