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CHAPTER 1
Abandoned Property
CHAPTER 697

AN ACT in relation to escheated and abandoned property, constituting

chapter one of the consolidated laws

Became a law April 23, 1943, with the approval of the Governor.

Passed, three-fifths being present

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and
Assembly, do enact as follows:

ABANDONED PROPERTY LAW

CHAPTER ONE OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS
Article I. Short title; declaration of policy; definitions.

(§§ 101-103)

II. Escheat of real property. (§§ 200-215)

III. Unclaimed property held or owing by banking

organizations. (§§ 300-306)

IV. Unclaimed deposits and refunds for utility services.

(§§ 400-403)

V. Unclaimed property held or owing for payment to security

holders. (§§ 500-504)

V-A. Unclaimed property held by brokers. (§§ 510-514)

VI. Unclaimed or unknown owner court funds. (§§ 600-603)

VII. Unclaimed life insurance funds. (§§ 700-707)

X. Unclaimed condemnation awards. (§§ 1000-1003)

XII. Escheat of property paid or deposited in federal courts.

(§§ 1200-1212)

XII-A. Unclaimed or abandoned property in the possession,

custody or control of the United States of America.

(§§ 1213-1223)

XIII. Miscellaneous unclaimed property. (§§ 1300-1318)

XIV. General provisions. (§§ 1400-1422)

XV. Laws repealed; constitutionality; effective date.

(§§ 1500-1502)