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Uniform Unclaimed Property Act

The 1995 Act “provides a system for transferring intangible personal property and personal property in safety deposit accounts, held by an entity or person other than the rightful owner, to the State when it is deemed abandoned by the rightful owner. The State holds the property for the rightful owner in perpetuity.” The 1995 Act has been adopted by 11 states: Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Montana, New Mexico, North Carolina and West Virginia; it has been introduced in two states, Connecticut and Mississippi, in 2003.
Category: Property

Member States

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State Citation Year Of Joinder
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona A.R.S. Secs. 44-301 et seq. 2001
Arkansas
Colorado C.R.S. Secs. 38-13-101 to 38-13-134 1987
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa I.C.A. Sec. 556.28 et seq. 1967
Kansas
Louisiana
Maine
Michigan
Minnesota
Montana M.C.A. Sec. 70-9-801 1997
Nebraska R.S.N. Sec. 69-1329 1969
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey N.J.S.A. 46:30B-1 1989
New Mexico NMSA 1978 Sec. 7-8A-1 et seq. 1997
North Carolina
North Dakota
Oklahoma 60 Okl. St. Ann. Sec. 60-686 1967
Oregon
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Utah
Vermont
Virgin Islands
Virginia
Washington RCW 63.29.330 1997
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming