Argentina Appeals Foreign Bond Payment Ban Order

Law360, Los Angeles (July 21, 2014, 10:42 PM ET) -- The government of Argentina called on the Second Circuit to lift a New York federal judge’s ban on the nation’s payments to so-called exchange bondholders, making good on an argument it made in a legal notice earlier this month, in one of several filings Monday.

Argentina on Monday backed Bank of New York Mellon’s bid to get the court’s permission to keep more than $500 million to make a payment to bondholders and said the U.S. doesn’t have jurisdiction over some of the South American nation’s...
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