Depositor


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DEPOSITOR, contracts. He who makes a deposit.
     2. He is generally entitled to receive the deposit from the depositary, but to this rule there are exceptions; as. when the depositor at the time of making the deposit had no title to the property deposited, and the owner claims it from the depositary, the depositor cannot recover it; and for this reason, that he can never be in a better situation than the owner. 1 Barn. & Ald. 450; 5 Taunt. 759. As to the place where the depositor is entitled to receive his deposit, see Story on Bailm. Sec. 117-120 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 1063.

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According to the authors of the paper, if enough depositors choose the priority account, the bank would know that a fear-based run is occurring.
The burden is thus on the withdrawing depositor to attest that the other joint depositor is still living under pain of perjury if it turns out that the statement is untrue, since the attestation is deemed under oath.
New Delhi [India], Jan 3 ( ANI ): Following media reports on bail-in provisions under the Financial Resolution and Deposit Insurance (FRDI) Bill, 2017, Department of Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg on Wednesday claimed that these provisions would not be applicable to around 98 percent of depositors.
Several depositors, including retirees, senior citizens and teachers, entrusted GSIS Family Savings Bank with their money because of the acronym 'GSIS' affixed to its name.
Protection Corporation Bil-2016' says the deposit insurance is considered an integral safety-net tool to ensure the soundness of the banking system and protect small depositors of a bank in case of its failure.
According to SBP the decision was taken in order to protect the interest of depositors and other stakeholders and due to financial health and other circumstances of KASB Bank Limited.
The new depositor, which replaces a two-component model, can make sophisticated confectionery with features such as stripes, swirls, centre-fillings and layers.
However, (i) because a depositor's decision to withdraw carries noisy information about the signals he receives (the depositor might need to consume immediately or might receive an unfavorable signal about the quality of the bank's portfolio) (7) and (ii) because the information itself is imperfect, bank runs can occur when fundamentals are strong.
There was concern even if the country did honour the agreement, there was not enough money in the depositor protection scheme to cover payouts.
The Japanese Bankers Association will shortly devise in-house rules obliging member banks to reimburse depositors in the event that savings were withdrawn through fraud via the Internet, sources close to the association said Thursday.
However, accuracy alone doesn't automatically mean low give-away and lowest product cost--to achieve this the depositor must also be set accurately.
Kaufman and Seelig (2002) note that if there is a threat of serious loss of depositor liquidity in bank failures, bank regulators come under intense pressure both from the depositors and from macroeconomic policy makers to keep the insolvent banks operating by extending guarantees to some or all stakeholders.