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Unclaimed Property

Unclaimed Property Program

Every state has an unclaimed property program. The purpose of these programs is to return unclaimed property to rightful owners. Unclaimed property includes everything from jewelry, stock certificates, coin collections and cash. 

Property is considered unclaimed when there is a lack of activity generated by the rightful owner of the property. Evidence of this inactivity includes failure to cash a check, the return of a check or correspondence by the Post Office as undeliverable, or the absence of any communication from the owner. If property remains unclaimed for a certain number of years set by statute, it is considered abandoned and must be reported to the state's unclaimed property program.

Unclaimed Property in Oklahoma is listed on reports published twice each year in newspapers. The Uniform Unclaimed Property Act is located in the Oklahoma Statutes at Title 60, section 651 et seq. You may access these FREE OF CHARGE at Oklahoma Supreme Court Network or through the Legislative Service Bureau.

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Unclaimed Property Inquiry Form

Before you download an Unclaimed Property Inquiry Form, consider searching first for your name on our database. If you find your name, you can start a claim at that site and save time.

Visit Unclaimed Property Search Website

To conduct a search and start a claim. Start Search.

Download Unclaimed Property Inquiry Form

You can complete the PDF Inquiry Form online but you must print it off, sign it and then send it to us at Unclaimed Property Division.

Contact Information

Unclaimed Property Division 
Oklahoma State Treasurer 
9520 N. May Ave., Lower Level
Oklahoma City , OK 73120
(405) 521-4273

Office Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday – Friday

Last Modified on Nov 09, 2023
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