Escheat Period(redirected from Escheat Periods)
The period of elapsed time required by applicable state law for property to be presumed abandoned.
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The amount of time required by law for an unoccupied property to be considered abandoned. In the United States, the escheat period varies state by state. See also: Lost, Mislaid, or Abandoned Property, Escheat.
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