A second Florida thrift is suing New York State Superintendent of Banks Neil Levin, accusing him of planning to use $1 million of its cash collateral to pay off the debts of Nationar, a failed check-clearing company.

Comfed, the holding company for Community Savings of North Palm Beach, is asking a New York court to issue an injunction preventing Mr. Levin from selling a $40 million package of Nationar loans without including all of the cash collateral.

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