This agreement empowers the Community bank to transmit the following information electronically: periodic declarations; Annual returns as a percentage; Fees and other terms of our deposit accounts Changes to the change The first information Pre-knowledge notices and all the following information that may be needed (“e-communications”). An electronic statement is called an e-statement. Together, “e-statements” and “e-notices” are called “e-docs.” After approving this online entry of documents and successfully registering in “E-Docs,” you will receive regular electronic notifications that your e-docs will be able to view in your online bank. You need to log in to the online bank and go to the “E-Docs” tab to see your available “E-Docs.” If you currently receive images of your cheques with your return, they will be included in your e-statements. Architects are often asked to sign contracts established by the client for architectural services or a standard contract form, such as DOCUMENT SIX, but are modified by additional client-generated conditions that may violate provincial rules. An architect is always advised to seek both legal assistance and insurance advice before contracting. This is all the more important if the contract departs from a standard agreement approved by the RAIC or a provincial or territorial regulator. This online banking agreement (“agreement”) is between the Community Bank (the “Bank”) and the bank`s signed customer, who subscribes to the Community Bank`s online banking services (“Online Banking”). This agreement explains how you can use online banking to obtain account information, transfer money between your accounts, request certain other banking services and pay bills (“Bill Pay”). It also contains terms and conditions for online banking and bill pay. The customer is called “you” or “you” in the agreement.
In this agreement, the bank is called “bank,” “we,” “we” and/or “our.” If you use online banking or allow someone else to use the online bank on your behalf, you agree to the terms of this agreement. You can find the open access agreement in Author Services once the item has been accepted.