Eastern banks could also send interior notes to their Clearing Houses, which in turn assessed the opportunity to send them with a cost for repayment to each country banks' counter, or to the NBRA in Washington, from 1874 onwards.
In the meantime, the National Bank Act of 1874 created the NBRA under the aegis of the Comptroller of the Currency.
"The proposals we have made to the NBRA
are extraordinarily fair and reasonable, given the current economic circumstances,'' Buchanan said.
(217) The National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act (NBRA
), an apartheid-era law that grants municipalities the power to evict tenants of any building deemed unsafe or unhealthy, (218) provided the legal basis for the City's emergency applications.
Washington-based National Black Republican Association (NBRA) recently ran a controversial 60-second radio spot asserting, among other things, that the Democratic Party gave birth to the Ku Klux Klan and that the revered late civil rights leader Rev.
Shortly after the airing of the ad, Steele released a statement demanding that the NBRA pull the spot.
John McDermott, who works with the New Bury Residents' Association (NBRA
), has lived in the area all his life - and witnessed its reincarnation.