655. Rights under trusts of land.

Where a person who is subsequently made bankrupt and another person holds a beneficial interest in land, and are together trustees of land or have an interest in a property which is subject to a trust of land, then, on the vesting of the bankrupt's estate in a trustee in bankruptcy1, the trustee will acquire all the rights previously vested in the bankrupt as a trustee of land, including, as the holder of a beneficial interest in the land or property, the right to apply to the court for an order in the event that the trustees of land