joint account


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joint account

n
(Banking & Finance) a bank account registered in the name of two or more persons, any of whom may make deposits and withdrawals
Translations
společný účet
fælleskonto
yhteinen tili
zajednički račun
共同預金口座
공동 계좌
gemensamt konto
บัญชีร่วม
tài khoản chung

joint account

joint account

n (at bank) → conto comune

joint account

حِسَابٌ مُشْتَرَكٌ společný účet fælleskonto Gemeinschaftskonto κοινός λογαριασμός cuenta conjunta yhteinen tili compte commun zajednički račun conto congiunto 共同預金口座 공동 계좌 gezamenlijke rekening felles konto wspólne konto conta conjunta общий счет gemensamt konto บัญชีร่วม ortak hesap tài khoản chung 联合帐户
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"If your partner has a poor credit score, yours might suffer as a result of your being associated with them via the joint account.
If your partner has a poor credit score, yours might suffer as a result of your being associated with them via the joint account. And don't forget that you're equally liable if the account goes overdrawn.
"If a relationship comes to an end, the joint account can be vulnerable to one partner withdrawing the balance." BE PREPARED WHEN BUYING A HOME David Hollingworth, from L&C Mortgages, said: "Mortgage lenders require that both borrowers are 'jointly and severally' liable for the mortgage, which means that the lender can seek full payment of the mortgage from either or both of the borrowers."
"If a relationship comes to an end, the joint account can be vulnerable to one partner simply withdrawing the balance and leaving the other high and dry.
Over four and half years, money from the joint account and from two credit cards was used for purchases and transactions which benefited A and/or her family members.

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