Information for Claimants
Please note: There is no charge for searching for unclaimed property or to file a claim through the official websites www.missingmoney.com or unclaimedproperty.alberta.ca. You are encouraged to use one of these sites rather than doing an Internet search for “missing money”, as you may then arrive at a site that charges a service fee.
|Click here to search for|
lost property and money.
For maintenance reasons, the "search for property" web page will not be
Notice: security update that may affect your ability to access the "search for lost property" function of the Unclaimed Property website:
Effective November 5, 2016, Treasury Board and Finance (TBF) no longer allows Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 or TLS 1.1 encryption protocol. We are doing this to protect the privacy of information passing between your web browser and our servers. If your web browser does not meet our security requirement, please upgrade your browser to a version that supports TLS 1.2 in order to continue to access TBF’s online services.
In June 2008, Alberta passed the Unclaimed Personal Property and Vested Property Act (UPPVPA) and Regulation. Both came into force on September 1, 2008. The legislation establishes a service to Albertans who have lost track of property as a result of business or personal circumstances.
Below you will find publications for claimants under the Alberta Unclaimed Personal Property and Vested Property program. These documents are in html format (and pdf where noted) and will open in a separate window.
If you require further information, please contact Tax and Revenue Administration (TRA).
Owners are now able to search for and claim their property using the web screens provided. Click here to Search for Lost Property and Money and follow the prompts.
- AT4954 - Unclaimed Property Notice of Objection (Aug-08)