More than 40 people representing real estate firms, mortgage bankers, title companies and others were scheduled to converge on the Department of Housing and Urban Development Aug. 6 to air their views on the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act's final rule.

The disputed provisions included the control of computerized loan origination, pre-empting of state laws and regulation and disclosure of controlled business arrangements. One highly disputed provisions was the controlled business arrangement provision that many in the mortgage banking industry believe legalizes "kickbacks."

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