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    Michael

    The escheatment rules apply to other forms of unclaimed property too, so you can make this argument in any case. California's "escheatment" does not really result in an escheatment -- the property is held indefinitely for the owner, and can be claimed through the State's website. Only the interest truly escheats to the State. This is a great way to make sure that all known class members receive their full share of the settlement, even if they cannot be reached or otherwise fail to claim/cash settlement benefits.

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