2 edition of Summary of the general banking laws of the commercial states. found in the catalog.
Summary of the general banking laws of the commercial states.
Grace Mabel Sherwood
|Statement||Pub. by the Legislative Reference Bureau of the Rhode Island State Library. Comp. by Grace Mabel Sherwood.|
|Series||Legislative reference bulletin, no. 3. February 1908|
|LC Classifications||KFR20 .R45 no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||334|
|LC Control Number||08025852|
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Our focus is narrower: the laws that govern the operations of the banking system with respect to its depositors and customers. Although histories of banking dwell on the relationship between banks and the national government, the banking law that governs the daily operation of checking accounts is state based—Article 4 of the UCC.
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