The bankrupt Lehman Brothers agreed to contribute as much as $15 million of capital and assign mortgage-servicing rights to its Lehman Brothers Bank to prevent the thrift from being seized by regulators.

The contributions would come on top of a $185 million infusion of securities in February and an agreement last month to buy as much as $325 million of mortgages from the thrift.

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