Article 839. The procedure for calculating interest on a deposit and their payment.

1. Interest on the amount of bank deposit is charged from the day following the day of its receipt to the bank, up to the day it is returned to the depositor inclusively, and if it is debited from the depositor’s account for other reasons, up to the day of withdrawal inclusively. 2. Unless otherwise provided by the bank deposit agreement, interest on the amount of bank deposit is paid to the depositor upon his request at the end of each quarter separately from the deposit amount, and interest unclaimed during this period increases the amount of the deposit on which interest is calculated. When returning the deposit, all interest accrued up to this point is paid.

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References to other articles of chapter 44. Bank deposit:
Article 834. Bank deposit agreement.
Article 835. The right to attract funds in deposits.
Article 836. Form of a bank deposit agreement.
Article 837. Types of deposits.
Article 838. Interest on contributions.
Article 840. Ensuring the return of the contribution.
Article 841. Depositing money by third parties to the account of the depositor.
Article 842. Contributions in favor of third parties.
Article 843. Savings Book.
Article 844. Savings (Deposit) Certificate.