Can the bank change the funds availability policy for a business checking account?
Generally, a bank can change the funds availability policy of a business checking account as long as the bank notifies account holders at least 30 days before implementing a change to the bank's policy.
Exception: Any change that speeds up the availability of funds—a positive impact for the account holder—may be disclosed not later than 30 days after implementation.
See additional questions under Bank Accounts - Funds Availability.
Last Reviewed: October 2020
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