102 Banking L.J. 1 (1985)

handle is hein.journals/blj102 and id is 1 raw text is: The BANKING LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 102 NUMBER 1                JANUARY-FEBRUARY 1985
Established 1889
Editor's Headnotes: Banking Law-The Collapsing
Quadrilateral
Gerald T. Dunne ..............................   3
Nonbank Banks: Current Status and Opportunities
Peter D. Schellie and Beth L. Climo .............. 4
Strict Compliance With Letters of Credit:
Striking a Fair Balance
John F. Dolan ................................ 18
Interstate Banking in Florida
Bowman Brown and Geoffrey Randall ............. 33
Counsel's Corner: FRAP 38-Bank Lawyer's Friend? . . 59
BANKING DECISIONS:
Setoff Imperils Foreclosure; Third-Party Beneficiary
Theory Does Not Apply to the Payee of a Check ... 60
Banking Briefs ............. 70
Trust Decisions ............ 82
Estate and Gift Tax Decisions 90

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