Any person or entity in possession of property (subject to the Unclaimed Property Law) which belongs to another, or who is trustee in case of a trust, or who is indebted to another person on an obligation subject to the Unclaimed Property Law, is deemed a holder of unclaimed property and must report that property to the state.
All holders, whether located in Arizona or in other states, must report to the State of Arizona any unclaimed property they hold that is owed to Arizona residents. Arizona domiciled businesses must also report all property where the owners name and address is unknown. All business entities are responsible for filing reports on behalf of their branches, divisions or other affiliates, including:
Banking and financial institutions including state or federally chartered banks, trust companies, savings banks, private bankers, savings and loan associations, credit unions and investment companies.
Business associations wherever located, such as a corporation, joint stock company, business trust, partnership, proprietorship, cooperative, or other association for business purposes (including all insurance companies).
Utilities owned and operated for public use.
Other legal entities including state, county and city governments, political subdivisions, public authorities, public corporations, estates, trusts or any other legal or commercial entity.
Information about other states and their unclaimed property reporting requirements can be accessed through the NAUPA (National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators) website at www.unclaimed.org