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Utah Code Title 67. State Officers and Employees § 67-4a-206. When security presumed abandoned

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If known, personal property alleged in an indictment shall be identified by name, kind, number, and ownership.  When such is unknown, that fact shall be stated, and a general classification, describing and identifying the property as near as may be, shall suffice.  If the property be real estate, its general locality in the county, and the name of the owner, occupant or claimant thereof, shall be a sufficient description of the same.

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