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#385742 - 07/14/05 08:58 AM Withdrawals by surviving account holders
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Many states have laws that provide that banks may allow surviving account holders to make withdrawals after the death of an account holder (even if the account is without a right of survivorship). It appears that Florida does not have a similar law. Is that correct? Thanks.

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#385743 - 07/15/05 06:02 PM Re: Withdrawals by surviving account holders
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Correct.
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#385744 - 07/18/05 03:16 PM Re: Withdrawals by surviving account holders
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I assume then that banks protect themselves through their rules and reg's then?

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