(a)Enforcement policy. It is the policy of the Bureau regarding RESPA enforcement matters to cooperate with Federal, state, or local agencies having supervisory powers over lenders or other persons with responsibilities under RESPA. Federal agencies with supervisory powers over lenders may use their powers to require compliance with RESPA. In addition, failure to comply with RESPA may be grounds for administrative action by HUD under HUD regulation 2 CFR part 2424 concerning debarment, suspension, ineligibility of contractors and grantees, or under HUD regulation 24 CFR part 25 concerning the HUD Mortgagee Review Board. Nothing in this paragraph is a limitation on any other form of enforcement that may be legally available.
(b)Investigations. The procedures for investigations and investigational proceedings are set forth in part 1080 of this title.
Effective Date Note:
At 78 FR 10876, Feb. 14, 2013, § 1024.19 was removed and reserved, effective Jan. 10, 2014.
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