Escheatment of uncashed donation check

June 16, 2020

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Q. We had a check that was a year old and we asked the associate who requested it (this was for a donation) if they could contact the vendor, since the check had been hand delivered. He told us that he didn't know how to contact them and that if they hadn't cashed it by now, that they must not have needed it; therefore, we should void and not reissue. My concern with this request is if it would be against any escheatment laws (we are still a few years away from it being escheated)? A. (Answered…

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