(2)When an electronic payment is received. An electronic payment is received when the bank receiving the payment has received both—
(i) Payment in actually and finally collected funds; and
(ii) Information on the account and amount to be credited.
A bank receives an electronic payment only to the extent that the bank has received payment in actually and finally collected funds.
(c)Certain check deposits—(1) General rule. A depositary bank shall make funds deposited in an account by check available for withdrawal not later than the business day after the banking day on which the funds are deposited, in the case of—
(i) A check drawn on the Treasury of the United States and deposited in an account held by a payee of the check;
(ii) A U.S. Postal Service money order deposited—
(A) In an account held by a payee of the money order; and
(B) The aggregate amount deposited on any one banking day to all accounts of the customer by check or checks not subject to next-day availability under paragraphs (c)(1) (i) through (vi) of this section.
(2)Checks not deposited in person. A depositary bank shall make funds deposited in an account by check or checks available for withdrawal not later than the second business day after the banking day on which funds are deposited, in the case of a check deposit described in and that meets the requirements of paragraphs (c)(1) (ii), (iii), (iv), and (v), of this section, except that it is not deposited in person to an employee of the depositary bank.
(3)Special deposit slip. (i) As a condition to making the funds available for withdrawal in accordance with this section, a depositary bank may require that a state or local government check or a cashier's, certified, or teller's check be deposited with a special deposit slip or deposit envelope that identifies the type of check.
(ii) If a depositary bank requires the use of a special deposit slip or deposit envelope, the bank must either provide the special deposit slip or deposit envelope to its customers or inform its customers how the slip or envelope may be prepared or obtained and make the slip or envelope reasonably available.
Title 12 published on 2014-01-01
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