ÿIt is normally the case that a bank is legally obliged to make payments as instructed by its customer, so long as those orders do not exceed the balance of the customer?s account, or pre-arranged overdraft levels. Any payment made and debited to a customer

ÿIt is normally the case that a bank is legally obliged to make payments as instructed by its customer, so long as those orders do not exceed the balance of the customer?s account, or pre-arranged overdraft levels. Any payment made and debited to a customer

It is normally the case that a bank is legally obliged to make payments as instructed by its customer, so long as those orders do not exceed the balance of the customer?s account, or pre-arranged overdraft levels. Any payment made and debited to a customer?s account (agreed account fees aside) which is not in accord with the customer?s instructions could be termed a ?wrongful payment?. Analyse the legal implications in the UK when a bank makes a wrongful payment. When the comparable rules as set out in Delaware Code are considered, what key differences can be noted?


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