UCC § 4-406(f)

UCC § 4-406(f)

Definition

A provision of the Uniform Commercial Code that bars a customer from bringing an action against a bank based on an unauthorized signature on or alteration to an item unless the customer discovers and reports the unauthorized signature or alteration within one year after the statement that shows payment of the item is made available to the customer.

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