Article 852. Interest for the use of bank funds on the account.
1. Unless otherwise provided by the bank account agreement, the bank shall pay interest on the use of funds on the customer’s account, the amount of which is credited to the account. The amount of interest is credited to the account in the terms provided for by the contract, and in the case when such terms are not provided by the contract, at the end of each quarter. 2. The interest specified in clause 1 of this article shall be paid by the bank in the amount determined by the bank account agreement in the absence of a corresponding condition in the contract in the amount usually paid by the bank on demand deposits (Article 838).
References to other articles of chapter 45. Bank account: