Unclaimed Property

Visit the California State Controller's Office for Unclaimed Property



California’s Unclaimed Property Law requires banks, insurance companies, corporations, and certain other entities to report and submit their customers’ property to the State Controller’s Office when there has been no activity for a period of time (generally three years). Common types of unclaimed property are bank accounts, stocks, bonds, uncashed checks, insurance benefits, wages, and safe deposit box contents. The Controller's Office safeguards this lost or forgotten property as long as it takes to reunite it with the rightful owners. There is no deadline for claiming it once it is transferred over to the State Controller’s Office. 
 
To search the database to see if you have unclaimed property, visit the State Controller's Unclaimed Property website or click on the image below.

Unclaimed Property Search

Unclaimed Property Search