Some former officials of a Maryland bank and one it bought have tentatively agreed to stop fighting it and sell their shares.

The group had been trying to force $840 million-asset Mason-Dixon Bancshares to put itself up for sale. Under the tentative agreement, Mason- Dixon and the group would drop lawsuits against each other and the group would leave the bank alone for at least three years.

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