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Who is administrating your unclaimed property and profiting from it.

What is unclaimed property? https://www.unclaimed.org/what/


Unclaimed property (sometimes referred to as abandoned) refers to accounts in financial institutions and
companies that have had no activity generated or contact with the owner for one year or a longer period.
Common forms of unclaimed property include savings or checking accounts, stocks, uncashed dividends
or payroll checks, refunds, traveler's checks, trust distributions, unredeemed money orders or gift
certificates (in some states), insurance payments or refunds and life insurance policies, annuities,
certificates of deposit, customer overpayments, utility security deposits, mineral royalty payments, and
contents of safe deposit boxes.
Think about this for a second, everything you ever think you owned, every pay check, every bill payment
you ever made, all real and personal property, All accounts, trust, stocks, bonds, securities, Certificates of
Live Birth, Birth Certificates can be listed as abandoned and unclaimed property and being administered
by the American BAR Association and their sub-corporations under acts they wrote to enrich
themselves at our expense.
REVISED UNIFORM UNCLAIMED PROPERTY ACT Page 4,
http://www.uniformlaws.org/shared/docs/Unclaimed%20Property/2015AM_RevUnclaimProp_Draft.pdf
The organizations that have participated in the drafting meetings through representatives and by written
submissions to the Committee are: the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators
(NAUPA); the American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI); the Council on State Taxation (COST); the
Investment Company Institute (ICI); the Securities Transfer Association (STA); the Securities Industry
and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA); Shareholder Services Association (SSA); the American Bar
Associations Business Section (ABA); the Unclaimed Property Professionals Association (UPPO); and
the U. S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform (US Chamber). Drafting committee meetings have been
attended by upwards of 100 observers and more than 2,000 pages of written materials have been
submitted by interested parties.
11 National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators. https://www.unclaimed.org.
This is why I am going to leave this to your own judgement and research as to the evidence presented
below so you can draw your own conclusions.

SOUTHERN COMMAND

U.S. Code: Title 36 - PATRIOTIC AND NATIONAL OBSERVANCES,


CEREMONIES, AND ORGANIZATIONS
36 U.S. Code Chapter 705 - THE FOUNDATION OF THE FEDERAL BAR
ASSOCIATION
36 U.S. Code 70501 Organization
(a) Federal Charter.
The Foundation of the Federal Bar Association (in this chapter, the corporation) is a federally chartered
corporation.
(b) Place of Incorporation and Domicile.
The corporation is declared to be incorporated and domiciled in the District of Columbia.
(c) Perpetual Existence.
Except as otherwise provided, the corporation has perpetual existence.
36 U.S. Code 70502 Purposes
The purposes of the corporation are
(1) to receive and hold property, including by gift, devise, or grant, and to invest,
administer, and dispose of the property without restrictions applicable to trustees or
trust funds;
(2) to apply its income and any part of its principal exclusively to educational,
charitable, scientific, or literary purposes
(A) to advance the science of jurisprudence;
(B) to uphold high standards for the Federal judiciary and attorneys representing
the United States Government;
(C) to promote and improve the administration of justice, including the study of
means for the improved handling of the legal business of the departments,
agencies, and instrumentalities of the Government;
(D) to facilitate the cultivation and diffusion of knowledge and understanding of
the law and the promotion of the study of the law and the science of jurisprudence
and research in jurisprudence, through the maintenance of a law library, the
establishment of seminars, lectures, and studies devoted to the law, and the
publication of addresses, essays, treatises, reports, and other literary works by
students, practitioners, and teachers of the law; and
(E) to provide for the acquisition, preservation, and exhibition of rare books and
documents, sculptures, paintings, and other objects of art and historical interest
relating to the law, the courts, and the legal profession; and
(3) to do any other acts necessary or incident to the accomplishment of these
purposes.
(Pub. L. 105225, Aug. 12, 1998, 112 Stat. 1351.)
REFERENCES
http://www.uniformlaws.org/shared/docs/Unclaimed
%20Property/2015AM_RevUnclaimProp_Draft.pdf
https://www.unclaimed.org/what/
http://delcode.delaware.gov/title8/title8.pdf
http://revenue.delaware.gov/unprop/05unclprop_regs.pdf
http://revenue.delaware.gov/unprop/handbook12.pdf
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http://www.uniformlaws.org/shared/docs/unclaimed%20property/uupa95.pdf