House Committee on Escheat Laws - 57th R.S. (1961)
- Make a thorough and complete study of the escheat laws of this state and property which may be subject thereto being held by banking institutions under a depositor-creditor relationship, for the purpose of recommending to the Legislature a fair and equitable procedure by which unknown owners and heirs may be advertised for and discovered, and by which the state may detect and obtain any such property which rightfully belongs to the state under present escheat laws.
2nd C.S.: Appointed by Speaker 8/14/1961, pursuant to HSR 16, 57th 2nd C.S.
3rd C.S.: Ted Springer (Vice-Chair to Chair) and Joe Cannon (Member), appointed 1/8/1962 to replace Senator Franklin Spears, resigned House 12/14/1961.
Report (L1836.57 Es16) shows Chair Franklin Spears.
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