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how many bank accounts can one person have?

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how many bank accounts can one person have?
Hello and thank you for allowing me the opportunity to assist you.

No, the law does not place a limit on the number of bank accounts a person may have. The bank itself may limit the number of accounts that a customer may have, but that is a matter of bank policy rather than a matter of law. If a bank wants to allow a person to have an unlimited number of accounts, then the law will not prohibit it.

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