WASHINGTON -- After a two-month slowdown, savings and loan regulators will resume seizing troubled institutions in force this week, government sources said.

As many as 45 undercapitalized S&Ls with a total of $37.2 billion in assets have been targeted by the Office of Thrift Supervision, the sources said. The agency will begin seizing as many as four or five a week, starting Friday.

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