The 67 savings bank owners of a failed New York bank clearing house are shaping up as the only losers in the company's 1995 collapse.

New York State Superintendent of Banks Neil D. Levin has asked a state Supreme Court judge for permission to pay the remainder of all unsecured claims against Nationar, a check-processing company seized by the state in February 1995.

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