escheator


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escheator

(ɪsˈtʃiːtə)
n
(Law) law a person appointed to deal with escheats
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These companies may receive a compliance review letter from the state escheator requiring such companies to submit a copy of their UP policies and procedures among other documents.
Essex, 21 Richard II (1397); With Their Values, as Shown in the Escheator's Accounts', Archaeological Journal, 51 (1897), 275-308 (p.
(32) Meacham's 'Thomas Chaundler and Academic Drama', 16, reports that in the Wells Cathedral escheator's account rolls for 1445-6, one Nicholas Pelly received payment for making a ' locandi in the Chapter House, which may be a stage of some sort.
Select Medical sued Delaware (represented by Thomas Cook, its secretary of finance, and David Gregor, the state escheator) in April 2013, seeking injunctive relief to prevent the state from enforcing a request for payment of an unclaimed property assessment of about $300,000.
Escheator, and the Office of Unclaimed Property s Audit Manager, each of whom are
Lewis Meares, Escheator of Leinster, clerk to Mr Justice Gore, Court of Common Pleas (1733[/34])
As the Commonwealth's escheator, Byrd acquired over forty square miles of lend (26,000 acres) and held on by forgiving himself the taxes, Id.