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Randolph v. Resolution Trust Corp., 995 F.2d 611 (5th Cir. 1993). (Enforcement of Promissory Notes; Statute of Limitations)
Pleadings of a lawsuit do not qualify as “bank records” for the purposes of applying the D’oench, Duhme Doctrine, which allows federal and state bank examiners to rely on a bank's records in evaluating the worth of the bank's assets for the purposes of eliminating collusion and fraudulent acts when a bank appears to be failing. For the purposes of limitations, acquiring further debt, even voluntarily, in order to rectify a situation caused by an act qualifies as a “legal injury” by that act.