State Law Update: Montana Adopts Mortgage Servicer Regulations


On September 6, the Montana Department of Administration published final rules governing mortgage servicers. In 2011, Montana enacted House Bill 90, which made numerous revisions to the Montana Mortgage Broker, Mortgage Lender, and Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Act concerning the licensing and regulation of mortgage servicers. The bill also updated licensing and other requirements for brokers, lenders and originators. The new regulations implement these amendments, addressing mortgage servicer (i) quarterly reporting requirements, (ii) record keeping requirements and electronic record keeping rules, (iii) renewal application deadlines, and (iv) escrow fund requirements. The final rules also amend existing regulatory definitions and other provisions impacting all mortgage licensees. The adopted regulations largely track the proposed versions, with the exception of changes made in response to comments or to address technical issues.


Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates

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