Individuals submitting claims must include documentation to verify their identity, such as a copy of a current driver’s license or state ID. If the claim form identifies co-owner of the property, the co-owner must also provide such documentation. If you are claiming as the heir, personal representative or assignee of or through a deceased person, you must provide documentation showing that the property belonged to said deceased person. In addition, you must provide documentation that you are the rightful heir, personal representative or assignee entitled to the property. If you are claiming as guardian, custodian or attorney of an owner who is incapacitated, you must provide documentation showing that the property belongs to said incapacitated person. In addition, you must provide documentation that you are the rightful guardian, custodian, attorney, or personal entitled to the property. You must provide proper document from the Court to show a guardianship, custodial, or Power of Attorney relationship or such other evidence to establish right to receive the property. The Colorado State Treasurer’s unclaimed property website includes information on what is acceptable documentation under the State’s program. This same type of information can be submitted to provide documentation supporting a claim for the County. The state guidance can be found at https://www.colorado.gov/treasury/gcp/makeclaim.
Under Penalty of Perjury the undersigned Claimant hereby certifies that this claim for property presumed abandoned is valid and just, that all statements herein are true and correct, and that upon payment of this claim said Claimant will indemnify and hold harmless the Park County Board of County Commissioners, the Park County Sheriff, and their employees from any damages, claims, or losses of any kind resulting from the payment of the property to the Claimant.
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