Banking Law: January 2016 Archives

Eighth Circuit Holds No Recovery for Converted Checks in the Absence of Actual Loss

In a recent Minnesota case, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals held that where a bank accepted and paid two checks despite missing endorsements, the jilted payee had no viable claim because it ultimately suffered no loss.

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