Exceptions laid down regarding the duties of non- disclosure concerning its customers’ affairs

“ Summarise three exceptions laid down in Tournier V. National Provincial and Union Bank of England (1924), regarding the duties of non- disclosure concerning its customers’ affairs

Exceptions

  • Where the disclosure is provided for by the law
  • Where by the Banker has the customers’ consent to disclose
  • Where disclosure is necessary in the public interest
  • Where it is necessary to protect the banker.



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