01/08/13, 10:10 am
Will a bank not answer a subpoena if only the corporation’s DBA name is referenced in the subpoena, and not the corporation's name? Even if the DBA name is listed on the corporation’s account, I heard that for a bank account levy, it may not be allowed. Not sure if this also applies to subpoenas. Would the bank notify the corporate signers of the subpoena if the account is closed, and does it provide the identity of an objecting signer?
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Brian Pezzillo Says:

Feb 06,2013 5:48 PM

Different banks have different policies. The more information you provide the better. Ideally, if you have the bank account number then there typically should not be a problem getting a response from the bank. Although a bank could notify the signers, in my experience they typically do not. They will simply respond that the account is closed and will supply whatever information they still have.

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