Article 834. Bank deposit agreement.
1. Under a bank deposit (deposit) agreement, one party (bank), accepting a sum of money received from the other side (depositor) or received for it (deposit), undertakes to refund the deposit amount and pay interest on it on the terms and in the manner stipulated by the agreement . 2. A bank deposit agreement in which the investor is a citizen is recognized as a public contract (Article 426). 3. The rules on a bank account agreement (Chapter 45) apply to relations between a bank and a depositor on an account to which a deposit has been made, unless otherwise provided for in the rules of this chapter or derived from the essence of a bank deposit agreement. Legal entities are not entitled to transfer funds in deposits (deposits) to other persons. 4. The rules of this chapter relating to banks shall also apply to other credit organizations accepting deposits from legal entities in accordance with the law.
References to other articles of chapter 44. Bank deposit: