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Bona vacantia is the Crown’s statutory right to the property of an intestate, when no relatives are entitled. In most jurisdictions when the intestate is not survived by a spouse or partner, issue, parents or remoter eligible relatives, the State or Territory is entitled to the intestate’s estate by bona vacantia.