Financial reports for the Bona Vacantia Division as the Crown's Nominee.
The Treasury Solicitor has been appointed to be the Crown’s Nominee for the purpose of collecting and disposing of bona vacantia.
Bona Vacantia is a division of the Treasury Solicitor’s department and collects the assets of dissolved companies and the estates of people who die without leaving a will or entitled blood relatives.
This collection combines the final accounts published for the financial year 2012/13 onwards.
Links to the published accounts for the financial years ending 2004 to 2012 are available from the National Archives or below.
|Crown Nominee accounts by year|
- Transparency data
Published: 3 June 2014