A New Jersey thrift company is scheduled to clash again in court with dissident shareholders who have been dogging it for two years.

This time the shareholders, led by thrift investor Lawrence Seidman, are trying to force IBS Financial Corp., Cherry Hill, to set an annual meeting date. IBS deferred its 1996 annual meeting, citing pending litigation.

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