The below funds have been unclaimed for more than three years in the Trust Fund of the Superior Court of California, County of Contra Costa.
|Docket #||Case Name||Amount Held|
|SC5158837||THOMSON V GREAT WEST SAVINGS & LOAN||$ 36,114.49|
|SC5175242||BENTLEY V BENTLEY||$ 9,797.24|
|S03194550||WEST COUNTY AGENCY OF CCC V TI CORP IF CA, ET AL||$ 3,175.00|
|SC5209073||EB MUD V NOAH COMPANY NV, ET AL||$ 5,000.00|
|SC5210515||STERN V NYBO||$ 10,546.62|
|SC5253401||CITY OF BRENTWOOD V SCIARTINO||$ 3,345.79|
|S03260214||ARBUTHNOT V RELOCATION REALTY, ET AL||$ 7,500.00|
|MSC88-01571||CONTRA COSTA WATER V KENT||$ 5,438.63|
|SU3203415||TD SERVICE CO, ET AL V MULLER, ET AL||$ 10,052.42|
|SC5257730||AC TRANSIT V STATE OF CA, ET AL||$ 15,842.56|
|MSP90-00509||Re: ESTATE OF RHODES||$11,756.52|
|MSC93-00550||CANTANDO V OLSON||$3,019.59|
If you believe that you are entitled to any of the funds, you must complete a Claim Affirmation Form, Claim for Reimbursement and submit all necessary documents to the court. The forms must be received by the court no later than June 19, 2017.
The forms and instructions are available for download in the links below.
Submit your completed forms and necessary documentation to the following address:
Stephen H. Nash, Court Executive Officer
Superior Court of California, Contra Costa County
Attn: Escheatment Desk
P. O. Box 1509
Martinez, CA 94553
The Court will generally respond to the claim within 30 days. If your claim is accepted, you need to complete and submit a Payee Data Record form, available above, to receive a check for the amount claimed and earned interest. To expedite this process, it is recommended that you submit the Payee Data Record form with your claim forms. If your claim is rejected, you may file a verified complaint in the Superior Court of California, County of Contra Costa. (GC § 68084.1(d))
If no claim is filed by June 19, 2017, the money will become property of the Court. If a claim or claims are filed and approved with for a portion of the money, any remaining unclaimed portion will become property of the Court.