Article 844. Savings (Deposit) Certificate.

1. A savings (deposit) certificate is a security certifying the amount of the deposit made to the bank and the rights of the depositor (certificate holder) to receive the deposit amount and the interest on the certificate in the bank that issued the certificate, or at any branch thereof bank. 2. Savings (deposit) certificates can be bearer or registered. 3. In case of early presentation of a savings (deposit) certificate for payment, the bank pays the deposit amount and interest paid on demand deposits, unless the terms of the certificate set a different interest rate.

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