Property held on settlement ceasing to existE+W
6Where a settlement ceases to be a settlement for the purposes of the M1Settled Land Act 1925 because no relevant property (within the meaning of section 2(4)) is, or is deemed to be, subject to the settlement, any property which is or later becomes subject to the settlement is held in trust for the persons interested under the settlement.E+W
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