Wrongful Dishonor Of Checks: Who Is The Bank's "Customer"?

LexisNexis (April 26, 2017, 1:48 PM EDT) -- In our prior story, we reported on a recent California case holding that an authorized signer on a corporate checking account had no individual standing to sue the bank for alleged mishandling of the deposit account, thereby allowing a third-party fraudster to milk the account of $878,000.  Only the bank's corporate "customer" had standing to file such a suit.  In the story that follows, we explore the issue of individual standing when corporate or partnership checks have been wrongfully dishonored by the bank, damaging the personal...
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