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These forward looking statements may relate to the fiscal and economic condition, economic performance, plans and objectives of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico or its agencies or instrumentalities.
However, NAFCU cited a 1988 court case that apparently affirmed that FCUs are federal instrumentalities.
The court in Hyatt reasoned that in order to harmonize the admittedly vague and overlapping definitions of "separate legal person" and "political subdivision" the definition of "political subdivisions should be read to refer to all governmental units that cannot act and are not suable in their own name;" in other words, those that are not also agencies or instrumentalities.
It is not appropriate to shift the risks an expenses of environmental cleanup costs from the funds allocated by the Congress for this purpose to the bank and thrift insurance funds or to governmental instrumentalities such as the Federal Reserve Banks.
Pagan Beauchamp said, "This liquidity infusion, larger than originally anticipated, strengthens the GDB's credit profile and its role as provider of interim and long-term financing to the Commonwealth and its instrumentalities.
Because the IRS had previously recognized FCUs to be instrumentalities of the United States, the question remained as to whether any retirement plan maintained by a FCU would be considered a governmental plan under section 414(d).
It is not appropriate to shift the risks and expenses of environmental cleanup costs from the funds allocated by the Congress for this purpose to the bank and thrift insurance funds or to governmental instrumentalities such as the Federal Reserve Banks.
government, its agencies or instrumentalities, and repurchase agreements collateralized by such obligations.
Lois considered the case so strong because the credit union has pointed to what he said is a very clear set of precedents recognizing federally chartered credit unions as instrumentalities of the federal government.