Mortgage lenders in New Jersey may charge borrowers "reasonable and modest" legal fees for reviewing loan documents, under a ruling by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

New Jersey's highest court also ruled that thrifts in New Jersey are effectively immune from state laws that would affect their lending operations and therefore remain under federal regulations handed down by the Office of Thrift Supervision.

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