Funds in Possession of Federal Agencies

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All of the property in this provision is declared to have escheated, or to escheat, including all principal and interest accruing thereon, and to have become property of the State of Florida.

After June 16, 1947, all money or other property which has remained in, or has been deposited in the custody of, or under the control of, any court of the United States, in and for any district within this state, for a period of 4 years, the rightful owner or owners of which, either:

(a)Shall have been unknown for a period of 4 years; or,

(b)Shall have died without having disposed thereof, and without having left or without leaving heirs, next of kin or distributees; or,

(c)Shall have failed within 4 years to demand the payment or delivery of such funds or other property;

is hereby declared to have escheated, or to escheat, together with all interest accrued thereon, and to have become the property of the state.

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