[ es-cheet-muhnt ]
/ ɛsˈtʃit mənt /
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the reverting of property to the state or crown when there is no qualified heir or claimant; escheat.
the legal actions or steps involved in this transfer: The 1995 act streamlined the process of escheatment for both holders and state regulatory agencies.
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