43-41B UNIFORM UNCLAIMED PROPERTY ACT
UNIFORM UNCLAIMED PROPERTY ACT
Definitions and use of terms.
Property presumed abandoned--General rule.
General rules for taking custody of intangible unclaimed property.
Travelers checks and money orders.
Checks, drafts and similar instruments issued or certified by banking and financial
Bank deposits and funds in financial organizations.
Funds owing under life insurance.
Deposits held by utilities.
Refunds held by business associations.
Stock and other intangible interests in business associations.
Property of business associations held in course of dissolution.
Property held by agents and fiduciaries.
Property held by courts and public agencies.
Gift certificates and credit memos.
Contents of safe deposit box or other safekeeping repository.
Report of abandoned property.
Notice and publication of names of persons appearing to be owners of abandoned
Payment or delivery of abandoned property.
Custody by state--Holder relieved from liability--Reimbursement of holder paying
claim--Reclaiming for owner--Defense of holder--Payment of safe deposit box or
Crediting of dividends, interest, or increments to owner's account
Public sale of abandoned property.
Sale of securities, stocks, bonds, and other intangible ownership interests.
Deposit of funds.
Continuous appropriation of fund--Report--Approval of certain expenditures.
Filing of claim with administrator.
Claim of another state to recover property--Procedure.
Action to establish claim.
Election to take payment or delivery.
Destruction or disposition of property having insubstantial commercial value--Immunity from liability.
Period of limitation.
Requests for reports and examination of records.
Retention of records.
Interstate agreements and cooperation--Joint and reciprocal actions with other states.
Interest on untimely payments.
Agreements to locate reported property.
Effect of new provisions--Clarification of application.
Open-loop prepaid cards exempt.
Rewards cards exempt.
Unredeemed gift certificates, closed-loop cards, open-loop cards, and rewards cards
not subject to state claim.
Certain gift certificates and closed-loop prepaid cards exempt.
United States savings bonds.