2013 ORS § 708A.410¹
- • conditions for withdrawal
- • interest rate
- • inadvertent overdraft
(1) Within the limits established under applicable federal statutes and regulations, an Oregon commercial bank that receives savings accounts shall prescribe by the Oregon commercial banks bylaws or by contract with the Oregon commercial banks depositors, the time and conditions on which repayment is to be made to depositors or to the depositors order.
(2) A bank may require 30 days notice to withdraw any sum up to $5,000, 90 days notice to withdraw any sum over $5,000 and not over $50,000, and 180 days notice to withdraw any sum over $50,000. The bank may limit, in the aggregate, withdrawals during a specified time period to the amount designated for the time period.
(3)(a) Except for negotiable orders of withdrawal and similar deposit accounts, withdrawal from which is made subject to check, and except for inadvertent overdrafts, an Oregon commercial bank may not knowingly permit a depositor to overdraw the depositors savings account.
(b) As used in paragraph (a) of this subsection, inadvertent overdraft means an overdraft that:
(A) Is not expressly permitted or provided for in the bylaws or deposit contract of the Oregon commercial bank;
(B) Results from events or circumstances beyond the Oregon commercial banks reasonable control; and
(C) Is eliminated within 14 days after the Oregon commercial bank becomes aware of the overdraft. [1997 c.631 §163; 2013 c.104 §4]