A notice of disclaimer may not be given1 in respect of any property if a person interested in the property has applied in writing to the trustee or one of his predecessors as trustee requiring the trustee or that predecessor to decide whether he will disclaim or not, and the period of 28 days2 beginning with the day on which that application was made has expired without a notice of disclaimer having been given in respect of that property3. The applicant must deliver the application to the trustee and must provide proof of delivery4
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