Banks and Thrifts: Government Enforcement and Receivership

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LexisNexis, 1991 - Bank failures
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The first & only comprehensive guide to practice in this expanding area of banking law. This publication untangles & synthesizes the complexity of enforcement & receivership law, with an emphasis on the role of the FDIC, & helps you to: 1 Volume; Looseleaf; updated annually.
 

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Contents

Robert S Pasleyk
20
Application Process
43
1 State Banks Converting to National Banks
9
Application and Examination
17
Duties Responsibilities and Potential Civil Liability of Directors Officers
40
Duties Responsibilities and Potential Liability of Outside Professionals
70
CHAPTER 6A Directors Examinations
12
Director and Officer Insurance and Bond Claims
33
Receivership LawGenerally
11
Possession and Title of Receivers Generally
29
Rights and Obligations of Receivers Generally
19
Administration of Receivership Estates
26
Special Powers of the FDICRTC
20
Powers of the FDIC and RTC as Receiver or Conservator to Affirm or Repudiate
40
Other Nonlitigation Special Powers
6
Extension of Certain Special Powers to Third Parties

Enforcement Process
9
Parallel Civil and Criminal Proceedings
44
2 Federal Reserve Act of 1913
1
FDIC Federal Assistance and Troubled Institutions
14
Regulatory Seizure of Institutions
28
Failed Financial Institution Transactions
i
Troubled Holding Companies Nonbank Financial Companies
18
CHAPTER 14A Subsidiaries of Failed Institutions
6
Claims Procedures Against Receivers
Litigation Special Powers of FDICRTC
Special Litigation PowersThe DOench Duhme Doctrine 12 U S C 1823e
Interaction Between Banking Laws and Securities Laws
Litigation Pertaining to Preferential Transfers Affecting National Banks
Interaction Between Banking Laws and the Bankruptcy Code
INDEX
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