If your name appears on the property record for the property you are claiming, then you may be the reported owner. This is the most common relationship type. All of the possible relationship types and definitions are listed below.
Business – your business is the owner of the property and your business name appears on the property record and your business has all rights to the ownership of the property.
Creditor – you received a judgment from a court allowing you to claim the property of the listed owner.
Government – your government agency is listed as the owner of unclaimed property or your government agency is making a claim against their debtor's unclaimed property.
Guardian – you have been appointed by a judge to take care of a minor child (called a "ward") or incompetent adult personally and/or manage that person's affairs who has unclaimed property.
Heir – you are entitled through a legal determination to receive property of a deceased person either by will or under the laws of descent and distribution.
Reported Owner - you are the single owner for the property and your name appears on the property record and you have all rights to the ownership of the property.
Uniform Gift No Longer Minor – you had property gifted to you as a minor under the Uniform Gifts to Minors Act – (UGMA). You are the named owner of the property and have now reached the age of majority.
Uniform Gift Minor – you are the named Custodian or Trustee of a property that was gifted to a minor under the Uniform Gifts to Minors Act – (UGMA).