Did You Know? Friday

It's time again for Did You Know?  On Fridays here at Escheatable, we provide you with interesting information regarding the unclaimed property laws to amaze your friends and frighten your enemies.  Today from Oregon:


They broke the mold.  No, seriously.  They were legally required to break the thing.


Under Oregon law, if a customer does not claim or use a mold after 3 years, "the molder shall render the mold unusable as a mold . . . ."

Source:  Or. Rev. Stat. 98.485.

As always, if you have a suggestion for a Did You Know? entry, or any other unclaimed property information you would like to see, drop us a line here.

Enjoy the weekend! 

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