UCC 1 financial statement 2001-2010
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From: kenneth stagg
Dear National Archives of Australia,
Date :07/16/2008, 4:10PM
Filed and recorded in the official records of WASHINGTON DC recorder of deeds
Hello I need information on why/how is the Commonwealth bank of Australia filed a ucc1 financial statement note CBA is the debtor with a secured party the reserve bank of new York, and are the CBA a registered company under the U.S?
"Without prejudice" UCC1 -308 LORD JUMPINGKI kenneth stagg Edgar
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