- Property located in a place of which the owner has no recollection, although he put the property in such place voluntarily and intentionally. 1 Am J2d Aband § 2. Property placed by the owner in a location which he has forgotten, albeit he selected it intentionally as a place where he might later pick up the property. 34 Am J2d Aband § 3.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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