National Banking Law Revisions of 1959

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National Banking Law Revisions of 1959, September 8, 1959. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/1082, accessed on May 19, 2024.

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  • An Act to Amend the National Banking Laws to Clarify or Eliminate Ambiguities, to Repeal Certain Laws Which Have Become Obsolete, and for Other Purposes
  • Public Law 86-230, 86th Congress, H.R. 8159

73 Stat. 457.

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