Would you like to learn some of the core concepts of escheatment and unclaimed property laws which apply specifically to Delaware? This page provides key information regarding to Delaware State escheat laws concerning reporting & compliance.
Unclaimed Property (54 articles)
Legislative Update Key Introduced – used for Legislation Passed – used for Legislation Proposed – used for Regulations Adopted –used for Regulations Prefiled – drafted bills and resolutions to be numbered, printed, made available for public review, and scheduled for hearing before the actual start of session. HAWAII GIFT CARD ESCHEATMENT HB 2289 Introduced 1/22/2010, […]
Here at Keane Unclaimed Property, we continue to see a number of consumers losing valuable assets due to escheatment and are constantly working to keep them informed of their states’ abandoned property laws and the importance of keeping their accounts active. Recently, Debbie Zumoff, Executive Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer at Keane Unclaimed Property, […]
In spectacular and scenic Salt Lake City, the National Association of State Treasurers held its annual Treasury Management Conference and Exposition which included a full track dedicated to unclaimed property issues. While geared mainly to the primary audience of state treasurers and their unclaimed property administrators, much information was provided throughout several sessions that was […]
State Dormancy Periods Regulations Arizona Dormancy Periods HB 2003, SB 1003 Introduced 12/17/09 This bill proposes to change the dormancy period for traveler’s checks back to 15 years from 3 years. HB 2111 Introduced 1/10/10, Engrossed 2/16/10 This bill proposes to change the dormancy period for traveler’s checks back to 15 years from 3 years. […]