WASHINGTON - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. used a new law Friday that lets it be repaid before nondeposit creditors when a bank or thrift fails.

It was the third time the FDIC had used the national depositor preference law, which Congress passed Aug. 10 to put insured depositors and the FDIC ahead of other creditors.

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