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(a) A financial institution may delete or decrease any existing deposit account charges without notice. No financial institution shall impose any new deposit account charge or increase any existing deposit account charge unless the financial institution: (1) At least thirty days prior to such imposition or increase, posts a notice reciting such new or increased charge adjacent to, or incorporates such notice in, the current deposit account charges posted in each office at which deposits are accepted; and (2) delivers a notice reciting such new or increased charge to each depositor who has a deposit account which will be affected by such new or increased charge and for which such financial institution normally renders a periodic statement of account, which notice of new or increased charge shall be delivered (A) at least thirty days prior to such new or increased charge if any such periodic statement is normally rendered monthly or more frequently, or (B) no later than delivery of the next subsequent periodic statement after such new or increased charge if any such periodic statement is normally rendered less frequently than monthly.
(b) The prohibition in subsection (a) of this section does not apply to increases in check printing charges if the financial institution has previously disclosed to the consumer a range of prices, that check printing charges may vary or that prices upon reorder may be higher than the price initially disclosed.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Connecticut General Statutes Title 36A. The Banking Law of Connecticut § 36a-320. Changes in deposit account charges. Notice - last updated June 28, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ct/title-36a-the-banking-law-of-connecticut/ct-gen-st-sect-36a-320/
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