ESTATES OF DECEDENTS
UNCLAIMED PROPERTY LAW
14-528. Destruction or disposition of property having insubstantial commercial value — Immunity from liability. If the administrator determines after investigation that any delivered property has insubstantial commercial value, the administrator may destroy or otherwise dispose of the property at any time. No action or proceeding may be maintained against the state or any officer or against the holder for or on account of any action taken by the administrator pursuant to this section.
[14-528, added 1983, ch. 209, sec. 2, p. 579.]