Origin of depositor
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No depositor lost a single penny in insured deposits, despite the worst banking crisis since the early 1930s.Former FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair Dishes (Video)
October 1, 2012
The maximum deposit in one year of any depositor is limited to 500 yen (about £50).The Empire of the East
H. B. Montgomery
By this we mean that they held money on deposit against the call of the depositor.
It is the same as in the case of the death of any bailor or depositor.Commercial Law</p>
Samuel Williston, Richard D. Currier, and Richard W. Hill
The Savings' Bank Department keeps a personal account with every depositor.
The depositor was a person travelling with a wild beast menagerie.
- a person who places or has money on deposit in a bank or similar organization
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Word Origin and History for depositor
1560s, agent noun in Latin form from deposit (v.).
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