The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act - the collection of rules governing referrals, kickbacks, and consumer protection in mortgage settlements - will be getting a muzzle unless President Clinton steps in with a veto.

But lenders are not celebrating. They and other observers fear that instead of liberating them to pursue their business strategies as they please, legislation being considered in both houses would merely create greater uncertainties.

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