The Shelby County Clerk Office maintains public records for a county or local government, including records on unclaimed property. This can include property transferred through a will or gift deed, overpayments on taxes or tax refunds, or other moneys owed by the government. An unclaimed property search in Shelby County can find money or property that has not been claimed by an individual or a relative. The Clerk Office may provide an online database to find unclaimed property in Shelby County, Iowa.
Earling City Clerk Office Earling IA 117 Main Street 51530 712-747-2181
Elk Horn City Clerk Elk Horn IA 2027 Washington Street 51531 712-764-5514
Shelby County Clerk of Court Harlan IA 612 Court Street 51537 712-755-5543
The Shelby County Recorder of Deeds preserves real estate documents for a county or local government as part of their job to ensure the accuracy of land, property, and property tax records. Recorders of Deeds may also provide information on Shelby County unclaimed property, including property transferred through a will or gift deed. Unclaimed property information may be available on the Recorder of Deeds website through a searchable database.
Shelby County Recorder of Deeds Harlan IA PO Box 67 51537 712-755-5640
The Shelby County Veterans Affairs Department is a federal agency that provides services to veterans, including providing life insurance to service members. In some cases, policyholders or their beneficiaries may have unclaimed insurance funds which are owed to them, which are considered Shelby County unclaimed property. The Veterans Affairs Department provides an online search database to identify unclaimed life insurance funds owed to people in Shelby County, Iowa.
Veterans Memorial Building Harlan IA 1104 Morningview Drive 51537 712-755-3440