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  • adj. Liable to escheat.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Liable to escheat.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Liable to escheat.


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escheat +‎ -able


  • When lands were thought to be escheatable the Escheator, or his deputy, called a jury, who took evidence to find if there were any heirs. 7

    The Constitutional Beginnings of North Carolina (1663-1729)

  • We now recognize gift card breakage income for a non-escheatable amount beginning 24 months after the date of activation.

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  • If they are escheatable, it could mean that Americans could have their IRAs prematurely cashed in without their consent.

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  • "(They're looking at) the legal issue of whether there's federal preemption that would say that no, because they were set up by federal law, they aren't escheatable."

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  • "(ACS) is looking at the possibility of whether IRAs and Keoghs -- these retirement accounts -- should or should not be escheatable,"

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  • $2.4 million and $2.6 million, pre-tax respectively, related to the cancellation of non-escheatable claim checks that accumulated over several periods.



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