UNCLAIMED PROPERTY - ESCHEAT
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WHAT IS UNCLAIMED PROPERTY?
The most frequently asked question of an unclaimed property administrator is, "What is unclaimed or abandoned property?"
While state laws defining periods of dormancy (inactivity) vary, a wide range of reportable property includes but is not limited to:
- Dormant checking and savings accounts
- Uncashed money orders or cashiers checks
- Unclaimed insurance benefits
- Mineral royalty payments
- Safe depository contents
- Unused gift certificates
- Dividends, stocks, or bonds
- Utility deposits or refunds
OWNERS SEARCHING FOR UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
Could Delaware be holding some of your property? This page outlines the steps required for finding and claiming Unclaimed Property in Delaware.
HOLDERS REMITTING UNCLAIMED PROPERTY TO DELAWARE
Is your business required to turn over property to Delaware? This page provides information to Holders on property remittance, deadlines, voluntary compliance, and more.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE CONTACT INFORMATION
For Claims email@example.com For Holder Reporting and Voluntary Compliance firstname.lastname@example.org General Questions 302-577-8220
SECRETARY OF STATE VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE CONTACT INFORMATION
For Voluntary Compliance through the Secretary of State Alison Iavarone@state.de.us
or call 302-577-8959