New York has extended, for an additional 90 days, the mortgage servicer regulations originally promulgated pursuant to the Mortgage Lending Reform Law of 2008. The Mortgage Lending Reform Law of 2008 imposed registration requirements for certain servicers and authorized the Superintendent of Banks to issue rules and regulations. Part 419 of Title 3 of the New York Codes, Rules, and Regulations, which addressed business practices of all mortgage loan servicers—including those that are exempt from the registration requirements—has been repeatedly readopted and extended and is currently set to expire on July 11, 2012. The agency plans to adopt the emergency rule as permanent at a future date.