FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK, Petitioner v. BANCO PARA EL COMERCIO EXTERIOR DE CUBA.

FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK, Petitioner v. BANCO PARA EL

First National City Bank, 478 F.2d 191 (CA2 1973) (Banco I ), the decision on remand from this Court’s decision in First National City Bank v. Banco Nacional de Cuba, 406 U.S. 759, 92 S.Ct. 1808, 32 L.Ed.2d 466 (1972). Only one witness, Raul Lopez, testified on …

First National City Bank v. Banco Para El Comercio

First National City Bank (now Citibank) (D) claimed that the payment on a letter of credit issued before the Cuban government nationalized all assets would be settled with the value of its assets seized in Cuba against a claim by Banco Para El Comercio Exterior de Cuba (Bancec) (P).

FIRST NAT. CITY BANK v. BANCO PARA EL COMERCIO

First National City Bank, 478 F.2d 191 (CA2 1973) (Banco I), the decision on remand from this Court’s decision in First National City Bank v. Banco Nacional de Cuba, 406 U.S. 759 (1972). Only one witness, Raul Lopez, testified on matters touching upon the question presented.

FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK, Petitioner, v. BANCO NACIONAL de

Upon reconsideration, the Court of Appeals by a divided vote adhered to its earlier decision. We again granted certiorari, First National City Bank v. Banco Nacional de Cuba, 404 U.S. 820, 92 S.Ct. 79, 30 L.Ed.2d 48 (1971).

First National City Bank v. Banco Para El Comercio

First National City Bank v. Banco Para El Comercio Exterior De Cuba case brief First National City Bank v. Banco Para El Comercio Exterior De Cuba case brief summary and remanded for findings regarding the value of petitioner bank’s counterclaim, because respondent was not immune from the effect of its sovereign’s acts, and to give effect

First National City Bank v. Banco Para el Comercio

First National City Bank v. Banco Para el Comercio Exterior de Cuba. Media. View Case ; Petitioner First National City Bank . Respondent Banco Para el Comercio Exterior de Cuba . Docket no. 81-984 . Decided by Burger Court . Lower court United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit .

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First National City Bank v. Banco Para El Comercio

Banco Para El Comercio Exterior de Cuba, 103 S. Ct. 2591 (1983). 4 The term «alter ego» is used to indicate an interrelationship between two entities that justifies disregard of their separate legal status.

FNC Bank v. Banco Para el Comercio :: 462 U.S. 611 (1983

First National City Bank, 478 F.2d 191 (CA2 1973) Banco I, the decision on remand from this Court’s decision in First National City Bank v. Banco Nacional de Cuba, 406 U. S. 759 (1972). Only one witness, Raul Lopez, testified on matters touching upon the question presented.

First Nat. City Bank v. Banco Para El Comercio Exterior De

FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK, Petitioner v. BANCO PARA EL COMERCIO EXTERIOR DE CUBA. No. 81-984. Argued March 28, 1983. Decided June 17, 1983. Syllabus In 1960, the Cuban Government established respondent to serve as an official autonomous credit institution for foreign trade with full juridical capacity of its own.

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Superseded by Statute as Stated in Bennett v. Islamic

FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK, Petitioner v. BANCO PARA EL COMERCIO EXTERIOR de CUBA. No. 81-984. | Argued March 28, 1983. | Decided June 17, 1983. State-owned Cuban bank brought suit against American bank to recover an unpaid letter of credit. The United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, Charles L. Brieant, J., 505 F.Supp

FIRST NAT. CITY BANK v. BANCO PARA EL COMERCIO | U.S

First National City Bank, 478 F.2d 191 (CA2 1973) (Banco I), the decision on remand from this Court’s decision in First National City Bank v. Banco Nacional de Cuba , 406 U.S. 759 (1972). Only one witness, Raul Lopez, testified on matters touching upon the question presented.

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The Liability of Foreign Government Entities: First

In the United States, the recent case of First National City Bank v. Banco Para El Comercio Exterior De Cuba (Bancec)9 raised the issue of whether a foreign govern­ ment entity should be given a separate juridical status.tO If afforded such a status, the entity would be …

Published in: Boston College international and comparative law review · 1985Authors: Paul E BoutonAffiliation: Boston College
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In The Supreme Court of the United States

Counsel for Petitioner National City Bank v. Banco para el Comercio Exterior de Cuba (Bancec), 462 U.S. 611 (1983), or common law principles of agency, control. 2. Whether, under the first clause of the com- First National City Bank v. Banco para el Comercio Exterior de Cuba (Bancec), 462

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BRIEF IN OPPOSITION TO PETITION FOR A WRIT OF …

Court in First National City Bank v. Banco Para El Comercio Exterior de Cuba, 462 U.S. 611 (1983) («Bancec») in two respects. Contrary to Petitioner’s claim, this Court’s holding that foreign «govern-ment instrumentalities established as juridical entities distinct and independent from their sover-eign should normally be treated as such