WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court last week made it harder for the Office of Thrift Supervision to enforce capital infusion agreements made by buyers of troubled thrifts .

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia said July 11 that the agency cannot compel compliance unless it shows that the buyer has been "unjustly enriched."

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