2017 Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations
Chapter 220. Banking.
220.082 Closed insured banks; subrogation of federal deposit insurance corporation.

Universal Citation: WI Stat § 220.082 (2017)

220.082 Closed insured banks; subrogation of federal deposit insurance corporation. Whenever any bank whose deposits are in whole or in part insured pursuant to any federal laws, shall have been closed on account of the inability to meet the demands of its depositors, and the federal deposit insurance corporation or its successors shall pay or make available for payment the insured deposit liabilities of such closed institution, the corporation or its successors, whether or not the same shall have become receiver or liquidator of such closed bank, shall be subrogated to all rights against such closed bank, or the owner of such insured deposits with like force and effect as if the closed bank were a national bank, to the extent now or hereafter necessary to enable said corporation, under federal law, to make insured payments available to depositors of closed insured banks.

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