What are Unclaimed Funds?
Unclaimed funds are held by the court for an individual or entity who is entitled to the money but who has failed to claim ownership of it. The United States Courts, as custodians of such funds, have established policies and procedures for holding, safeguarding, and accounting for the funds.
Searching Unclaimed Funds
To search unclaimed funds, use the Unclaimed Funds Locator at https://ucfl.uscourts.gov/. Select TNEB from the dropdown list and enter the applicable search criteria. If you need access to a computer to perform the search, you may use the court’s public computer terminals located at the bankruptcy clerk’s office in federal courthouses in Chattanooga, Knoxville, and Greeneville. For the addresses of these courthouses, click here. Additionally, you may contact mailto:TNEB_unclaimed_funds@tneb.uscourts.gov to verify unclaimed funds balances.
How Do I Claim These Funds?
Procedures for claiming unclaimed funds from Tennessee Eastern Bankruptcy Court and the necessary forms are below in fillable PDF format:
Please contact the U.S. Bankruptcy Court - Eastern District of Tennessee's Finance Department for further assistance in recovering the funds at this court:
Tennessee Eastern Bankruptcy Court staff can provide information regarding the status of and/or application procedures for release of unclaimed funds at this court only.