Article 845. Bank Account Agreement
1. Under the bank account agreement, the bank undertakes to accept and credit the funds received to the account opened for the client (account holder), to fulfill the client's orders for transferring and issuing the corresponding amounts from the account and performing other operations on the account. 2. The bank may use the funds on the account, ensuring the client’s right to dispose of these funds without hindrance. 3. The bank shall not have the right to determine and control the direction of use of the client’s funds and establish other restrictions not limited by the law or the bank account agreement of his right to dispose of the funds at his own discretion. 4. The rules of this chapter relating to banks also apply to other credit organizations when they conclude and execute a bank account agreement in accordance with the issued permit (license).
References to other articles of chapter 45. Bank account: