BRADENTON, Fla. — The Alabama court-appointed receiver in charge of managing Jefferson County’s sewer system — as well as its defaulted warrants and swaps — is demanding that the county turn over $75 million from its general fund.

The $75 million is from a Nov. 4, 2009, agreement between JPMorgan and the Securities and Exchange Commission that settled securities fraud and other charges involving the county’s $3.14 billion of troubled variable- and auction-rate sewer warrants and related interest-rate swaps.

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