412. Restrictions on, and relief against, forfeiture.

412.     Restrictions on, and relief against, forfeiture.

If the term created by a lease is determinable on bankruptcy, then, except in certain specified cases1, the landlord may exercise his right of forfeiture only subject to statutory conditions2. If the lessee's interest is sold3 within one year from the bankruptcy, the landlord, even after the end of the year, may enforce his right only if he serves the notice required by the statutory conditions, and subject to the provisions as to relief against forfeiture contained in them4.

If, however, there has been no