Members of the Michigan bar who have had to deal with perplexing receivership problems, growing out of the many recent bank failures, should welcome the case of Reichert v. Farmers & Workingmens Savings Bank, 257 Mich. 500, decided April 4, 1932. It involves twelve important questions in banking law, certified from the Jackson circuit court. The answers of the supreme court to these questions should serve to settle the law for the benefit of receivers and their counsel for years to come.