Property of dissolved company to be bona vacantia
‘(1) When a company is dissolved, all property and rights whatsoever vested in or held on trust for the company immediately before its dissolution (including leasehold property, but not including property held by the company on trust for another person) are deemed to be bona vacantia and—
(a) accordingly belong to the Crown, or to the Duchy of Lancaster or to the Duke of Cornwall for the time being (as the case may be), and
(b) vest and may be dealt with in the same manner as other bona vacantia accruing to the Crown, to the Duchy of Lancaster or to the Duke of Cornwall.
(2) Subsection (1) has effect subject to the possible restoration of the company to the register under Chapter (Restoration to the register) of this Part (see section (Effect of restoration to the register where property has vested as bona vacantia)).’.—[Margaret Hodge.]