7 Transactions and Confirmation Notes
7.1 Debits and Credits
Securities Accounts will be debited or credited with securities by the Depository pursuant to transactions or instructions of the Depositors or Issuers, subject to the approval of the Depository (which shall not be unreasonably withheld) and conditions imposed by the Depository.
7.2 Segregation of Balances in Securities Account
The Depository shall have the right to segregate the Deposited Securities into different balances in a Securities Account. Such balances will be categorized by the Depository. Deposited Securities in the free balance may be freely transferred or sold by Depositors. Deposited Securities in any other balance are subject to such conditions as may be determined by the Depository and may not be freely transferable. For example, securities which are purchased but not paid for will only be transferred to the free balance upon payment therefor by the relevant Depositor to the Trading Member or Clearing Member.
7.3 Transfers and Confirmation Notes
On the due date of a transaction, the Depository shall effect book-entry transfers in the Securities Accounts of the seller and buyer and advise the Account Holders or the Depository Agent by way of a confirmation note dispatched through such method of notification as determined by the Depository from time to time.
The Depositors shall notify the Depository of any error/discrepancy in the confirmation note within such time specified by the Depository.
The Depository shall have the right to rectify any records maintained by it in respect of any Securities Account. The Depository shall notify the Depositor within three (3) business days after the date of making such rectification.
7.6 No Liability for Rectification
The Depository shall not be liable to any Depositor in respect of any such rectification, except such liability as may arise as a result of the negligence or bad faith of the Depository. In no event shall the Depository be liable to any Sub-Account Holder in respect of any such rectification.