Undistributed funds search

Undistributed funds represent money collected for creditors by trustees during a bankruptcy that, because the creditor cannot be located, has not been distributed. To be eligible to receive money—also called a dividend—in a bankruptcy, creditors must have filed a Proof of Claim with the trustee.

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The database is updated every Tuesday and was last updated on: 2015-04-25

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There are currently 103,380 records in the database with total amount of undistributed funds of $18,550,384. The largest single amount of an undistributed fund is $179,636.