Bank Beats Suit On 1934 Law

The Bank of Canada has won a five-year court battle challenging its practices under a 1934 law. A federal judge struck down a lawsuit to force the Bank to issue interest-free municipal loans, though the provision remains on the books: ‘They make a claim of conspiracy’.

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