(B) Before opening or authorizing signatory power over a checking account intended
for personal, family, or household purposes, a financial institution:
(1) Shall require the applicant to provide the applicant's current address and a valid
driver's or commercial driver's license or identification card issued by the registrar
of motor vehicles or a deputy registrar under section 4507.50 of the Revised Code. If the applicant does not have a valid driver's or commercial driver's license or
identification card, the applicant may provide an identification document that includes
the applicant's full name, birthdate, and signature.
(2) May require the applicant to provide relevant information in addition to the information
specified in division (B)(1) of this section.
(C) Every person that issues or prints checks, bills of exchange, or other drafts
for use with a checking account intended for personal, family, or household purposes
opened on or after October 16, 1990 shall print the date on which the checking account
was opened on the face of each check, bill of exchange, or other draft.
(D) This section does not apply to temporary checks furnished at the time a checking
account is opened.
(E) This section does not create any civil cause of action against a financial institution,
its directors, trustees, officers, employees, agents, representatives, or other persons
acting on its behalf, or against any person that issues or prints checks, bills of
exchange, or other drafts, for failure to comply with this section.
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