Federal regulators on Tuesday endorsed a wholesale revamping of the Truth-in-Lending and Real Estate Settlement Procedures acts but stopped short of recommending abolition of either law.

Testifying before Senate Banking's financial institutions subcommittee, Fed Governor Laurence H. Meyer and Assistant HUD Secretary Nicolas P. Retsinas said their agencies are developing a joint legislative proposal for overhauling the disclosure laws.

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