1. The right of a bank to satisfy a customer’s matured debt by seizing the customer’s money or property in the bank’s possession. 
1. The lien that a banker has on all moneys and funds of his depositor or customer in his possession for the balance of the general account; and upon all securities of the customer in his hands unless such securities have been delivered to him under a particular agreement limiting their application, or unless there are other circumstances which would make such a lien inconsistent with the actual or presumed intention of the parties. Anno. 22 ALR2d 478, 10 Am J2d Banks § 660. 
1. The lien a bank has on all funds, securities, and other property of a depositor or customer who owes it money. 
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