There are two Internet Banking facilities for Bank of Scotland International customers
which will depend on the account the customer holds. The following Internet Banking
Terms and Conditions will apply to the Internet Banking facility for Offshore
Customers with a Flexible Plus Current Account or an Instant Access Savings
Account (both accounts held with Bank of Scotland plc) .
The following Internet Banking Terms and Conditions (as amended at the end) will
also apply to the Internet Banking facility for accounts held with Bank of Scotland
Internet Banking Terms and Conditions
In these terms and conditions which shall be governed by Scots law:-
‘Account’ means any account(s) held by the Bank in the name of the Customer,
whether in single or joint names other than specific types of accounts that cannot be
used in conjunction with the Service details of which the Bank will provide to the
Customer on request.
‘Application’ means the application in respect of Internet Banking available from the
Websites or (as the case may be) the application form overleaf.
‘Bank’ means Bank of Scotland plc and its successors and assignees.
‘Customer’ means an individual, partnership, company, local authority, or other body
corporate, trust or unincorporated association or entity which has accepted these
terms and conditions for the provision of the Service. Where the Customer is more
than one person or entity the liability of each to the Bank shall be joint and several.
‘Nominated User’ means a person or persons permitted to use the Service on behalf
of the Customer which shall be:
(a) the person or persons so named in the Application; and
(b) any person or persons notified to the Bank pursuant to Clause 5 below; and
(c) such other person or persons who may replace the persons referred to in (a) and
(b) above from time to time at the sole discretion of the Customer, subject to the
Customer notifying the Bank
in writing prior to the replacement.