Bank Book Law and Legal Definition

A bank book is a book given to a customer by a bank to record details of his/her account. A bank book is usually kept with the customer. A bank officer enters the debits and credits of the depositor's account with the bank in a bank note. A bank book is also known as pass book. Entries made in a bank book are paid checks, deposits, withdrawals, interest paid, and the balance on savings and deposit accounts.