Personal Property Record

Personal Property Record

Personal Property Record is a 2-page legal document that was released by the United States Forces Korea - Eighth Army and used nation-wide.


Q: What is a personal property record?A: A personal property record is a document that lists and describes your personal belongings, such as furniture, electronics, and other valuable items.

Q: Why do I need a personal property record?A: Having a personal property record can be helpful for insurance purposes, in case of theft, natural disasters, or other incidents where you need to provide proof of ownership and value of your belongings.

Q: How can I create a personal property record?A: You can create a personal property record by making a detailed inventory of your belongings, including descriptions, serial numbers, purchase dates, and estimated values. You can use a spreadsheet, a home inventory app, or even just pen and paper.

Q: Should I include photos or receipts in my personal property record?A: Yes, including photos and receipts in your personal property record can provide additional proof of ownership and value. It's a good idea to take photos of your belongings and keep copies of receipts for major purchases.


Form Details:

  • The latest edition currently provided by the United States Forces Korea - Eighth Army;
  • Ready to use and print;
  • Easy to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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