399. Charge on bankrupt's home.

Where any property consisting of an interest in a dwelling house1 which is occupied by the bankrupt or by the bankrupt's spouse or former spouse or civil partner or former civil partner is comprised in the bankrupt's estate2 and the trustee is, for any reason, unable for the time being to realise that property, the trustee may apply to the court for an order imposing a charge on the property for the benefit of the bankrupt's estate3. If, on such an application, the court imposes a charge on any property, the benefit of that charge is comprised in the

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