On April 1, 2017, Delaware issued proposed regulations to establish instructions and guidelines for the administration of the state’s newly enacted abandoned and unclaimed property statute, SB 13. The proposed regulations would repeal and replace the existing unclaimed property regulations in Delaware and would be the primary guidance for implementing SB 13. SB 13 was introduced in the Delaware General Assembly in early January and was, ultimately, signed into law on February 2, 2017. SB 13 was enacted, in part, to address concerns raised in recent litigations, especially those constitutional concerns raised by the federal court in Temple-Inland Inc. v. Cook, 1:14-cv-00654 (D. Del. June 28, 2016) (“Temple-Inland”). (See our prior coverage Delaware Proposes Unclaimed Property Legislation).