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Judge rejects late claim in massive bank fraud case involving Aaron Marshbanks
LINCOLN — A judge on Friday rejected an effort by a friend and partner of deceased businessman Aaron Marshbanks to file a late claim against the businessman’s estate, which is wrapped up in perhaps the largest case of bank fraud in state history.
Lancaster County Judge Holly Parsely ruled Friday that Brandon Dallmann, who said he was a friend and business partner of Marshbanks, missed a deadline for filing a claim against the estate and had provided no good reason why that happened.
‘Deadlines exist for a reason’
“Deadlines exist for a reason and they must be enforced if good cause for the delay in presenting a claim cannot be found,” the judge wrote in a seven-page ruling.