Individual Accounts Sample Clauses

Individual Accounts. An individual account is an account owned by one depositor including any individual, corporation, partnership, trust, or other organization qualified for Credit Union membership. If the account is an individual account, the interest of a deceased individual owner will pass, subject to applicable law, to the decedent’s estate or payable on death (“POD”) beneficiary, if applicable.
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Individual Accounts. An individual account is an account owned by one (1) member (individual, corporation, partnership, trust, or other organization) qualified for credit union membership. If the account owner dies, the interest passes, subject to applicable law, to the account owner’s estate or Payable on Death (POD) beneficiary/payee or trust beneficiary, subject to other provisions of this Agreement governing our protection for honoring transfer and withdrawal requests of an owner or owner’s agent prior to notice of an owner’s death, and to any security interest or pledge granted by the account owner, and subject to our statutory lien rights.
Individual Accounts. The Advisory Committee will maintain, or direct the Trustee to maintain, a separate Account, or multiple Accounts, in the name of each Participant to reflect the Participant's Accrued Benefit under the Plan. If a Participant re-enters the Plan subsequent to his having a Forfeiture Break in Service, the Advisory Committee, or the Trustee, must maintain a separate Account for the Participant's pre-Forfeiture Break in Service Accrued Benefit and a separate Account for his post-Forfeiture Break in Service Accrued Benefit, unless the Participant's entire Accrued Benefit under the Plan is 100% Nonforfeitable. The Advisory Committee will make its allocations, or request the Trustee to make its allocations, to the Accounts of the Participants in accordance with the provisions of Section 9.11. The Advisory Committee may direct the Trustee to maintain a temporary segregated investment Account in the name of a Participant to prevent a distortion of income, gain or loss allocations under Section 9.11. The Advisory Committee must maintain records of its activities.
Individual Accounts. 9.02 9.10 Value of Participant's Accrued Benefit............. 9.02 9.11 Allocation and Distribution of Net Income Gain or Loss....................................... 9.03 9.12
Individual Accounts. The Administrator will establish and maintain an Account for each Participant which will reflect Employer and Employee Contributions made on behalf of the Participant and earnings, expenses, gains and losses attributable thereto, and investments made with amounts in the Participant's Account. The Administrator will establish and maintain such other accounts and records as it decides in its discretion to be reasonably required or appropriate in order to discharge its duties under the Plan.
Individual Accounts. An Individual Account is an account in the name of one depositor only. Only that person may write checks against the Account or withdraw money, regardless of who actually owns the funds. MULTIPLE-PARTY ACCOUNTS. This section pertains to multiple party accounts:
Individual Accounts. An individual account is an account owned by one member (individual or other organization) qualified for Credit Union membership. If the account owner dies, the interest passes, subject to applicable law, to the decedent’s estate of Payable on Death (POD) beneficiary/payee or trust beneficiary. The account ownership transfer is subject to other provisions in this Agreement governing our protection for honoring transfer and withdrawal requests of an owner of owner’s agent prior to notice of an owner’s death. JOINT ACCOUNTS An account owner by two or more persons is a joint account.
Individual Accounts. A. The Plan Administrator shall establish and maintain an Individual Account in the name of each Participant to reflect the total value of his or her interest in the Fund. Each Individual Account established hereunder shall consist of such subaccounts as may be needed for each Participant including:
Individual Accounts. An Individual ("Single-Party") Account is an account in the name of one depositor only. Single-Party Account Without P.O.D. (Payable on Death) Designation. The party to the account owns theaccount. On the death of the party, ownership of the account passes as a part of the party's estate under the party's will or by intestacy. Single-Party Account with P.O.D. (Payable on Death) Designation. The party to the account owns the account. On the death of the party, ownership of the account passes to the P.O.D. beneficiaries of the account. The account is not a part of the party's estate. Note, a sole proprietorship may be considered a Single-Party Account and may contain a payable on death (P.O.D.) designation. MULTIPLE-PARTY ACCOUNTS. Our rights and liabilities for payment of any sums on deposit in this account shall be governed by the Texas Estates Code, as amended from time to time. This section pertains to multiple-party accounts:
Individual Accounts. An Individual Account is an account in the name of one depositor only. Only that person may write checks against the account or withdraw money, regardless of who actually owns the funds. Joint Ownership Accounts An account with two or more account holders is a Joint Account. Joint account holders are joint tenants with right of survivorship. Each joint account holder, without the consent of any other account holder, may, and is authorized by every other joint account holder, to make any transaction permitted under the Agreement, including without limitation: to withdraw all or any part of the account funds; to pledge the account funds as collateral to us for any obligation, whether that obligation is of one or more account holders or of a third party; to endorse and deposit checks and other items payable to any joint account holder; to give stop payment orders on any check or item, whether drawn by that account holder or not; and, to close the account. Each joint account holder is authorized to act for the other account holder(s) and we may accept orders and instructions regarding the account from any joint account holder. If we believe there to be a dispute between joint account holders or we receive inconsistent instructions from the account holders, we may suspend or close the account, require a court order to act, and/or require that all joint account holders agree in writing to any transaction concerning the account. Your obligations under the Agreement are joint and several. This means that each joint account holder is fully and personally obligated under the terms of the Agreement, including liability for overdrafts, regardless of which joint account holder benefited from the withdrawal. If you establish a joint account without the signature of the other joint account holder(s), you agree to hold us harmless for our reliance upon your designation of the other joint account holder(s) listed on our documents.