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.
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.