Lending institutions are allowed to charge discretionary settlement service fees without violating the Real Estate Settlement Procedure Act (RESPA), the U.
What does RESPA stand for?
RESPA stands for Real Estate Settlement Procedure Act
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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- Respektievelijk (Dutch: respectively)
- Respektive (Sweden: respectively)
- Respironics, Inc. (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Restrained Electrostatic Potential
- Rubinetterie Enrico Soldà Pogno (Italian plumbing company)
- Renewable Energy Special Projects Committee (University of North Carolina)
- Revista Española de Derecho Canónico (Spanish Revew of Canon Law)
- Re-Empowerment of Skilled and Professional Employees and Construction Tradeworkers Act
- Refugee Education Sponsorship Program Enhancing Communities Together (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
- Respect Equality Socialism Peace Environment Community Trade Unionism
- Responsibility, Etiquette, Sensitivity, Pace, Educate, Conditions and Tradition (Junior Golfer's Creed)
- Risk Evaluation and Stroke Prevention in the Elderly Cerivastatin Trial
- Rotorcraft Efficient and Safe Procedures for Critical Trajectories (project)
- Responsible Property Officer
- Responsible Organization
Samples in periodicals archive:
WASHINGTON -- The following statement was issued today by Kurt Pfotenhauer, CEO of American Land Title Association: "On behalf of the members of the American Land Title Association, I commend HUD for extending the comment period on its proposed rule to amend the Real Estate Settlement Procedure Act (RESPA) by an additional 30 days from the initial May 13 deadline.
The investigations focused on potential violations of the Real Estate Settlement Procedure Act (RESPA) and state statutes that prohibit payment of referral fees for title business and considered two primary issues: whether there is any true risk transfer related to the reinsurance agreement, or whether the reinsurance premiums paid to captive reinsurers are in excess of the market rate for the risk being assumed.