charter of bank

charter of bank
The general laws under which banks are created, taken together with their articles of incorporation or, where a former general practice still prevails, a special charter which authorizes the bank to do business, prescribes its powers, and regulates the manner of doing business. 10 Am J2d Banks § 20.

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