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MONEY OWED A DEFUNCT BANK IS NOT ‘OWNED’ BY IT, 9TH CIR. SAYS U.S. v. Rodrigues

4 No. 8 ANBLLLR 5Andrews' Bank & Lender Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

MONEY OWED A DEFUNCT BANK IS NOT ‘OWNED’ BY IT, 9TH CIR. SAYS U.S. v. Rodrigues

4 No. 8 ANBLLLR 5Andrews' Bank & Lender Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

4 No. 8 Andrews' Bank & Lender Liab. Litig. Rep. 5
Andrews' Bank & Lender Liability Litigation Reporter
December 16, 1998
Embezzlement:
Copyright (c) 1998 Andrews Publications

MONEY OWED A DEFUNCT BANK IS NOT ‘OWNED’ BY IT, 9TH CIR. SAYS

U.S. v. Rodrigues

Stealing money owed to a defunct bank does not necessarily qualify as embezzlement, ruled the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. It is a crime to embezzle money belonging to a federally insured institution, but money owed to a defunct bank did not...
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