Saturday, February 21, 2009


It is clearly established that the word “customer” generally denotes a relationship resulting from habit or continued dealings, but for a bank customer this habit of dealing is not essential. The person who has an account with a bank is known as an account holder or customer of that bank.

According to Lord Lindly:
“A customer is a person who has some sort of account, either deposits or current account or same other relationship with a banker.”

According to Dr. Hart:
“A customer is one who has an account with a banker or for whom a banker habitually undertakes to act as such.”

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