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Yes. In most cases the court must make a ruling about the validity of the "freeze" within 30 days, or release a suitable portion of the account monies for living expenses of the account holder(s).

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Q: Can a bank in New York freeze an account because a law firm sent them a letter that the person is not authorized to open the account without a court judgment and for how long?
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