State High Court to Hear More on Liability for Failed Banks on Monday

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The Georgia Supreme Court will hear three cases on Monday, including a reprise of arguments over liability for failed banks.

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    Yes negligent, Darby Bank, officers, board members of banks should be liable, especially, in the case of Darby Bank! These people were the bank! This group of people, I know first hand, were the working committee at Darby Bank approving or disapproving loans. Per loan officer " let me run your huge loan application package up and down the hall" "along with your development idea" . But remember, board makes decision, I have the emails...
    But, now we all learn, Darby Bank board did not make some loan applicants aka real estate developments even fill out normal required paper work. Just put initials on folder. I say that is negligent! Absolutely!
    Then they made other hard working
    Families buying first home,
    Women doing first small Development
    Men / Women buying their first renovation project.
    *Adhere to a higher standard, tons of paperwork, heartache. I call It DISCRIMATION & Negligent &
    Yes, absolutely LIABLE

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