The bankrupt's estate1 vests in the trustee immediately on his appointment taking effect2 or, in the case of the official receiver, on his becoming trustee3. Where any property which is, or is to be, comprised in the bankrupt's estate vests in the trustee4, it so vests without any conveyance, assignment or transfer5. In the case of real estate situated outside the United Kingdom, the property may pass only according to the law of the place where it is situated6. Where the bankrupt is the
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