| Commentary

246 Third-party interests in property

| Commentary

246 Third-party interests in property

Where security is granted over a property which belongs to the trustee and a third party jointly, then, in so far as the bankrupt’s interest is a beneficial one, the creditor is secured to that extent, and he may not prove in the bankruptcy without acknowledging the security1.

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