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#910179 - 02/25/08 11:13 PM Can anybody make a deposit?
Web Offline
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Is there a regulation that states a deposit into an account must be made by an owner of the account? If so please direct me to it??? I have a child's ILUTMA and a parent wants to deposit a tax refund check made payable to the parent into it.

My operations staff say anybody can make a deposit into any account, and my loan officer is saying no. HELP!

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#910209 - 02/26/08 12:02 AM Re: Can anybody make a deposit? Web
Lil'Belle Offline
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You might want to check into your state law which would clearly state the control ownership, survivorship, and access of the type of account. In the Texas law, the account is owned by the minor (beneficiary), but controlled by the custodian. The custodian is able to withdraw from the account, but all funds must be used for the benefit of the minor. So in my opinion, you could accept the deposit but the funds must be used for the benefit of the minor of course the depositary institution is NOT responsible for ensuring the custodian's proper use of the funds. Check with your state law.
Chiquita pero picosa.

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#910866 - 02/26/08 10:44 PM Re: Can anybody make a deposit? Lil'Belle
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There is no federal rule. As Lil stated, it may be a state law, but I've never heard of one.

I just want everyone to know that they are encouraged to make deposits into my account.
David Dickinson

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#911000 - 02/27/08 01:22 PM Re: Can anybody make a deposit? David Dickinson
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What is your account # & ABA #? I "promise" to deposit and not withdraw.
I choose JOY

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