Section: Effect of definitions on treaties, compacts, or agreements
3. A finder of lost property shall make reasonable efforts to return the property to its owner. Reasonable efforts to return the property depend on the nature of the property, the circumstances in which it is found and the obtainable information concerning its owner. Reasonable efforts may include:
a. Attempts to notify the owner of the lost property, or the owner of the premises where found,
b. Delivery to the owner or person in charge of the premises where the property was found, or
c. Delivery to the local police, or to a lost-and-found facility for the premises where the property was found.
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