WASHINGTON — Lenders are becoming more reluctant to share closing documents with real estate agents now that they have more responsibility for them, the National Association of Realtors claimed Thursday.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's new closing document, which replaced the HUD-1 settlement sheet on Oct. 3, put lenders on the hook for the accuracy of the closing document, which had previously been the purview of closing agents.

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