Consider a user who wants to use a password manager for their banking passwords. Advice from banks usually says they should never write down their password. The user would be concerned about going against that advice, as it could mean their bank would refuse to accept liability for any fraud that may occur on their account.
So, can they use a password manager? Does storing the password encrypted count as writing it down?
This is a legal and policy question; I am already aware of the technical risks and benefits of using a password manager. Answers may be country specific (and even bank specific). I'm in the UK but I am interested in answers from anywhere in the world.