Proposed federal and state legislation substantially expands the liability of those participating or facilitating refinance transactions, including attorneys and title insurance agents.

You are handling a simple refinance transaction for a new client. The client has already received his mortgage commitment and has agreed to the terms of the loan. You, as the closing attorney, receive closing instructions from the lender, including amounts for lender fees to show on your closing statement.

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