Article 857. Bank secrecy.
1. The bank guarantees the secrecy of a bank account and bank deposit, account transactions and customer information. 2. Information constituting bank secrecy may be provided only to the customers themselves or their representatives, and also presented to the credit history bureau on the grounds and in the manner provided by law. Such information may be provided to state bodies and their officials exclusively in cases and in accordance with the procedure stipulated by law. 3. In the event of a bank disclosing information constituting a banking secrecy, the client, whose rights have been violated, shall have the right to demand compensation from the bank for the losses caused.
References to other articles of chapter 45. Bank account: