Article 54 The trust property shall belong to the person prescribed in the trust documents when the trust terminates； if there are no relevant provisions in the trust documents， the attribution of the trust property shall be determined in the following order：
1） The beneficiary or its heritor；
2） The trustor or its heritor.
Article 55 After the attribution of the trust property is determined according to the preceding article， the trust is deemed as existing and continuing during the process when the trust property is transferred to the person who has the right to own the property， and the person is deemed as the beneficiary.
Article 56 If the people's court enforces the original trust property according to the provisions of Article 17 of this Law after the trust terminates， the person who has the right to own the trust property is the person against whom the order is to be executed.
Article 57 After the trust terminates， the trustee may， when exercising the rights to get remuneration and get compensation from the trust property according to the provisions of this law， retain the trust property or make claims to the person who has the right to own the trust property.
Article 58 The trustee shall make a liquidation report on the handling of the trust affairs if the trust terminates.