The Office of Thrift Supervision is cutting loan documentation requirements and relaxing commercial lending limits for the savings institutions it regulates.

In a proposal published in Wednesday's Federal Register, the agency explains its plans to cut by 60% the number of federal code pages devoted to thrift lending and investment.

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