Unclaimed Money Guidelines

Unclaimed money

Unclaimed moneys are funds that are due to a person, company or organisation that have not been received or claimed and, after a statutory period of time, become unclaimed.

The Treasurer is the holder of unclaimed money in Tasmania under the provisions of the Unclaimed Money Act 2015.

Treasury accepts unclaimed money on behalf of the Treasurer and makes payments to the legal owners of the unclaimed money on receipt of appropriate proof of entitlement.

Lodge unclaimed money

If you are holding unclaimed money, please refer to the following Guidelines and template for lodging unclaimed money with Treasury:

  Unclaimed Money Guidelines for holders of Unclaimed Money   (195Kb)

  Unclaimed Money Guidelines for holders of Unclaimed Money   (216Kb)

  Attachment A – Unclaimed Money Return   (23Kb) 

These Guidelines are written to guide users on the application of the relevant provisions of the Unclaimed Money Act. Please refer directly to the Act to ascertain your statutory obligations or entitlements under the Act.

Make a claim

If you wish to make a claim, please refer to the following Guidelines and relevant Claim Forms:

Microsoft Word format

  Unclaimed Money Guidelines for Making a Claim   (196Kb)

  Claim Form 1 for Superannuation   (110Kb)

  Claim Form 2 for General Unclaimed Money   (110Kb)

  Claim Form 3 for Lottery Money   (90Kb)

  Claim Form 4 for Betfair Money   (139Kb)

 PDF Format

  Unclaimed Money Guidelines for Making a Claim   (230Kb)

  Claim Form 1 for Superannuation   (186Kb)

  Claim Form 2 for General Unclaimed Money   (182Kb)

  Claim Form 3 for Lottery Money   (97Kb)

  Claim Form 4 for Betfair Money   (227Kb)

  Claim Form 5 for UBET (previously TOTE) Money   (179Kb)

Contact

Unclaimed Money
Department of Treasury and Finance
GPO Box 147
HOBART TAS 7001
Phone: 03 6166 4188
Email: unclaimed.money@treasury.tas.gov.au

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