WASHINGTON - While banks often protest new regulations, industry officials are cheering a disclosure form being developed by the Federal Reserve Board that would clarify car leasing for consumers.

To simplify car-leasing contracts, the Fed would require a standardized disclosure box at the top of the agreements. Although the measure would mean additional paperwork initially, bankers feel that it would reduce the legal and administrative costs that stem from the complex contracts currently used.

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