An undischarged bankrupt may present a bankruptcy petition in respect of debts due to him which have not vested in his trustee, such as damages due to him in respect of his pain and suffering1. However, all causes of action relating to the recovery of the property of the bankrupt vest in the trustee in bankruptcy on the making of the bankruptcy order2.
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