Omaha Nat'l Bank v. NIB, Inc.,
426 U.S. 310 (1976)

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Omaha Nat'l Bank v. NIB, Inc., 426 U.S. 310 (1976)

Omaha National Bank v. Nebraskans for

Independent Banking, Inc.

No. 75-1382

Decided June 7, 1976

426 U.S. 310


Court of Appeals' judgment that petitioner national bank's drive-in/walk-in facility was a branch petitioner was not permitted to operate because a state bank would not be permitted to operate a like facility is vacated, and the case is remanded for reconsideration in light of an intervening amendment to the statute redefining the "auxiliary teller" facilities that state banks may operate.

Certiorari granted; 530 F.2d 755, vacated and remanded.

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