I have a customer who was a partial recipient of loan proceeds. He asked that his part be disbursed in several cashier's checks made payable to his son. The son then would come in and cash the checks separately. Some needed a CTR and some not. I'm trying to decide if this warrants the filing of a SAR on either the father, the son or both?
If the same two owners of a CD want to swap the primary role, do we need a new signature card? Do we need written permission from both?
Regarding HMDA, we have two different answers as to what defines a Bridge loan. They are basically the same answers with one exception: if the loan is secured by BOTH dwellings (existing one and one to be purchased); OR if the loan is secured by ONE dwelling (either existing or one to be purchased). As I said, I understand consistency is the key to remaining violation free in this area, but again, I would like to know how the majority views this detail of a Bridge loan.
We currently have an FAA Security Agreement for the plane and the engine, however, the engine listed was destroyed. A new engine needs to be added. Does a new Security agreement need to be prepared or an amendment to the original?
Can you cash a SSI check made payable to a rep payee for a beneficiary if they don't have an account styled that way? The rep payee has a personal account. Would you have chargeback rights against the rep payee?