The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is coming under industry pressure to delay finalizing a merger of the RESPA/TILA mortgage disclosure forms until the qualified mortgage and qualified residential mortgage rules are finalized.

The disclosure forms will not be “useable” until all the Dodd-Frank Act rules that affect disclosures are finalized, according to Anne Canfield, executive director of the Consumer Mortgage Coalition (CMC).

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