Can joint account holders make changes to a joint account without both agreeing to it?
It depends on how you have specified the account should be operated.
1. You do not require more than one account holder to operate your joint account:
In this case ASB will make payments, allow withdrawals, close an account, give information or do anything else we’ve been asked to do by either of the account holders.
2. You have specified that two or more joint account holders are required to operate the account:
In this case you must give ASB instructions on your joint account together. However there are some basic maintenance functions that you’ll be able to do individually. These include requesting information on transactions, stopping a cheque and ordering a statement.
When you hide an account, it will be hidden from both the Balances page and Transfers ‘from’ drop down box ...
You can hide most Transaction and Savings accounts, Investments, Managed funds and Visa Business credit cards from your Balances summary ...
It is best for you to let ASB know of the death as soon as possible. Holds will be placed ...