Lost-property Definition

noun
Property no longer in the owner’s possession, due to accident or negligence, which cannot be located.
Webster's New World Law

(UK) A help desk or department in a store, mall, or other such facility where customers who have lost an item can inquire as to whether it has been found and turned in; a lost and found.

Wiktionary

(law) Property that is found in such a state as to make it likely that the original owner unintentionally ceased to be in possession of the property, and would be unable to locate the property.

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Noun

Singular:
lost-property
Plural:
lost-properties

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