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Ronan, Solicitor
Category: Republic of Ireland Law
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Experience:  B. Corp Law, Ll.B. Dip Comm Prop. In general practice for more then 6 years
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Hi, Im currently going through a divorce. I got married

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I'm currently going through a divorce. I got married 10 years ago ( septembre 2000). I lost all my bank account statements of this period and when I asked to my bank they answered that they can only go back 7 years.
Is there a way to ask to the bank to find the amount of money I had on my bank account in September 2000 ?

My bank is Bank Of Ireland.

My email [email protected]

Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Republic of Ireland Law
Expert:  Ronan replied 6 years ago.
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Ronan : You can only get these records if the bank still has them. If they have data on their system about you. You are entitled to these records under the data protection act 1988
Ronan :

You can also contact the Data Protection Commissioner

Ronan :

See Link herewith

Ronan :

He will be able to assist you in relation to this

JACUSTOMER-mv4t1te9- :

Do you know how long a bank in ireland has to keep this informations, I mean by law ?

Ronan :

From a Statute of Limitation point of view they can't be sued after 6 years but you can check this out with the financial services ombudman as to what is best practice is

Ronan :

Please see link herewith

JACUSTOMER-mv4t1te9- :

Do you know what people are doing in my case ? 

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