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Recent Important RBI Guidelines

Courtesy: Usha Mathur, Trainers forum

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been announcing very customer friendly Guidelines to Banks.

1. Customer Service - Non-Issuance of Passbooks to Savings Bank Accountholders (Individuals):

It has come to RBI's notice that some banks are not issuing pass books to their savings banks account holders (individuals) and only issue a computer generated account statement even when the customer desires pass book facility.

RBI has advised banks to invariably offer pass book facility to all its savings banks account holders (individuals) and in case banks offer the facility of sending statement of account and the customer chooses to get statement of account, banks must issue monthly statement of account. The cost of providing such pass book or statements should not be charged to the customer.

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2. Repayment of Term/Fixed Deposits in banks:

It has come to RBI's notice that some banks insist on the signatures of both the depositors to allow repayment of money in fixed/term deposits, though the deposit account is opened with operating instructions (sometimes called ‘repayment instructions’), ‘Either or Survivor’ or ‘Former or Survivor’.

RBI has clarified that if fixed/term deposit accounts are opened with operating instructions ‘Either or Survivor’, the signatures of both the depositors need not be obtained for payment of the amount of the deposits on maturity. However, the signatures of both the depositors may have to be obtained, in case the deposit is to be paid before maturity.

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3. Validity of cheques/drafts/pay orders/banker’s cheques:

RBI has directed banks that, with effect from April 1, 2012, banks should not make payment of cheques/drafts/pay orders/banker’s cheques bearing that date or any subsequent date, if they are presented beyond the period of three months from the date of such instrument.

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Documents above are RBI Circulars for your reference.



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