Article 922. Storage of valuables in an individual bank safe.
1. A storage agreement of values in a bank may provide for their storage using the depositor (client) or with the provision of an individual bank safe protected by the bank (safe cell, isolated room in the bank). Under the contract of storing valuables in an individual bank safe, the client is given the right to place valuables in the safe and withdraw them from the safe, for which he must be given a key to the safe, a card that allows to identify the client, or another sign or document certifying the client’s right to access safe and its contents. The terms of the contract may stipulate the right of the client to work in the bank with valuables stored in an individual safe. 2. Under the contract of storing valuables in the bank using the client's individual bank safe, the bank accepts from the client valuables that should be stored in the safe, controls their placement in the safe and withdrawal from the safe and returns them to the client after withdrawal. 3. Under a contract of storing valuables in a bank, providing the client with an individual bank safe, the bank provides the client with the opportunity to place valuables in the safe and withdraw them from the safe outside of anyone's control, including from the bank. The bank is obliged to exercise control over access to the room where the safe provided to the client is located. Unless otherwise provided by the contract of valuables in the bank providing the client with an individual bank safe, the bank is relieved of the responsibility for the safekeeping of the safe contents if it proves that someone could not access the safe without the client’s knowledge or became possible due to irresistible force. 4. To the agreement on granting a bank safe for use to another person without the bank’s responsibility for the contents of the safe, the rules of this Code on the lease agreement shall apply.
References to other articles of chapter 47. Storage: