The State of Hawaii Unclaimed Property Law requires “holders” such as corporations, financial institutions, insurance companies, and business associations to annually report and deliver abandoned property to the Unclaimed Property Program.
The State of Hawaii holds unclaimed property as a custodian for the rightful owner. The State Unclaimed Property Program publishes a statewide notice annually, listing owner names and last known addresses of abandoned property escheated to the State. The public is encouraged to search for unclaimed property on the State’s internet name search database.
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Property is escheated to the State of Hawaii Unclaimed Property Program when a company, business, corporation, professional association, non-profit organization, government entity or private organization loses contact or communication with the rightful owner.
Unclaimed Property General Information Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to frequently asked questions regarding unclaimed property.