KeyBank and Bank of America walked out of U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Florida on Tuesday with a large chunk of the assets of home-builder Levitt and Sons, which is winding down its operations under Chapter 11 protection.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Raymond B. Ray in Fort Lauderdale granted motions by the builder to abandon property subject to liens held by two of its largest creditors.

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