The Guam Supreme Court last week overturned a controversial ruling that could have made it more difficult for banks to extend credit in states and territories where they do not have offices.

In a unanimous decision, a panel of three justices ruled that Long Term Credit Bank of Japan could foreclose on a loan even though it lacks a license to do business in Guam.

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