WICHITA, Kan. – Lawyers for more than a half-dozen Wall Street banks on Friday joined together in an unusual motion to urge the federal court here to stay proceedings in the various civil suits NCUA has brought against them until a federal appeals court has decided whether the credit union regulator waited too long to bring claims for the failure of five corporate credit unions.

The motion comes as the various entities and NCUA are scheduled to meet in court Monday morning to air their concerns over the various cases, in which NCUA is seeking approximately $10 billion in recompense for the failed corporates.

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