UK's King Charles allegedly benefiting from dead people.

Megha Jain

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King Charles III has been profiting from the deaths of thousands of people whose assets are clandestinely being used to upgrade his hereditary estate, The Guardian reported. The assets—known as bona vacantia—are collected by the Duchy of Lancaster after the death of their owners and used to fund renovations of properties owned by the king and rented out for profit.In contrast to the duchy's claims, only a small portion of revenues from these financial assets are donated to charities.