A man claiming he was swindled out of nearly $42,000 on a real estate deal after his signature was forged on a check cannot sue the bank that accepted the check for deposit for conversion, a New York state judge has ruled.

Acting Supreme Court Justice Daniel Palmieri of Nassau County dismissed the suit against the bank, holding that the seller, Walter Wright, never had possession of the check in question.

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