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Banking law

Banking law

The bank is a company whose main business is to collect savings, grant loans and provide other financial services. Its primary function is to receive funds on deposit from savers and to disburse them to other subjects in the form of loans.

In the light of premise, banking law can therefore be defined as the branch of law that governs the relationship between the credit institution and the user. In particular, banking law governs and regulates the activities of banks and the various types of financial services such as current accounts, mortgages and personal loans.

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