Business Bank Account Agreement

We may accept an order to stop payment for an item from one of you. You must give each stop payment order in the manner prescribed by law and we must receive it in a timely manner to give us an appropriate opportunity to respond to it before our stop payment time. As stop payment orders are processed by computers, your stop payment order must accurately identify the number, date and amount of the item as well as the payee to be effective. You can pay for any item subscribed to your account, whether or not you sign the item. If your stop payment order is given to us in writing, it is usually valid for six months. Your order expires on expiry if you do not renew the order in writing before the expiry of the six-month period. If the initial stop payment order was oral, your stop payment order expires after 14 calendar days if you do not confirm your order in writing within that period. We are under no obligation to notify you if a stop payment order expires. The request for a stop payment can only be filed by the person who triggered the stop payment order.

This document, along with all other documents we provide to you about your account(s), is a contract that sets out the rules that govern your accounts with us. Please read them carefully and keep them for future reference. If you sign the signature card or open or continue to use the account, you agree to these rules. You will receive a separate calendar with rates, qualifying balances and fees if they are not included in this document. If you have any questions, please call us. 11.1 Transactions that are initiated via online banking may be limited in number or dollars. The bank reserves the right to limit at any time the amount or number of transactions for each customer. The bank may limit the amount and/or number of transactions carried out for a particular group of customers or entity, as the bank deems appropriate at its own discretion and discretion. For more information on the limits of the transfer amount, see the agreement on a current account.

Any transaction restrictions that are found in these documents, in other areas or in any part of the fee schedule may apply to all transactions initiated under online banking. The bank may modify, modify or cancel transaction limits of any kind at any time. The Bank will make reasonable economic efforts to announce such changes in advance, but is not required to do so, unless subject to applicable law. All transactions are subject to internal control from time to time by the bank, in addition to any restriction on the amount or amount of the dollar, including, but not, the verification of factors such as the sending account, the account received, the amount of the specific transaction, the total amount of other transactions processed or ordered by the customer. The investigation of fraud and other factors that the Bank deems applicable and appropriate. If the bank finds that the transaction involves risks, the bank may delay or cancel the transaction. The Bank may request additional information about the transaction before it is concluded or unblocked. If the deposits have been held in an account from which the customer wishes to transfer money, the customer cannot transfer the portion of the funds held until the expiration of the block.

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