New York Consolidated Laws, Abandoned Property Law - ABP

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  • Article I. Short Title;  Declaration of Policy;  Definitions
  • Article II. Escheat of Real Property
  • Article III. Unclaimed Property Held or Owing by Banking Organizations
  • Article IV. Unclaimed Deposits and Refunds for Utility Services
  • Article V. Unclaimed Property Held or Owing for Payment to Security Holders
  • Article V-A. Unclaimed Property Held by Brokers
  • Article VI. Unclaimed or Unknown Owner Court Funds
  • Article VII. Unclaimed Life Insurance Funds
  • Article X. Unclaimed Condemnation Awards
  • Article XII. Escheat of Property Paid or Deposited in Federal Courts
  • Article XII-A. Unclaimed or Abandoned Property in the Possession, Custody or Control of the United States of America
  • Article XIII. Miscellaneous Unclaimed Property
  • Article XIV. General Provisions
  • Article XV. Laws Repealed;  Constitutionality;  Effective Date

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