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Every year, in every country in the world, various sums of money and items of property go forgotten, unclaimed and abandoned. The stories of how and why these items become lost are many and varied. The common factor is that they end up being in the control or custody of someone who is not the registered legal owner.

TPR was founded in the UK in 1995, to find new ways to identity these items of property.

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TPR clients are those that we have traced as potentially the owner of a forgotten asset.

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TPR works closely with experienced genealogists, researchers and lawyers throughout the world.

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Whatever Became Of The Farmer's Daughter?
When a farmer's daughter seemingly vanished without a trace, it wouldn't be unreasonable to assume that her assets and any claim to them would be lost. But with TPR on the case, UK assets in excess of 70,000 were recovered some 60 years after her disappearance.

France, 1946: The war was over, but the country was still in a state of flux. Records were scarce but it was the census for this year where the farmer's daughter first appeared in the agricultural region of Ile-de-France. Now we also knew her husband's name and armed with this inform...

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