General Laws of Massachusetts - Chapter 167D Deposits and Accounts - Section 3 Deposits received; limitations

Section 3. A bank may receive demand, time and other types of deposits without limitation; provided, however, that no bank shall assess any fee, charge or other assessment against any account, established for personal, family or household purposes, of a depositor who, as the payee of a check, draft or money order, of which the payee is not also the maker, deposits the same therein and payment on any such instrument is refused by the depository institution upon which it is drawn because of insufficient funds or because the maker thereof did not have an account at such depository institution; provided, further, that a bank may assess a reasonable fee, charge or assessment that represents its direct costs, as established annually by the commissioner of banks, incurred for processing such check, draft or money order.

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