A trustee in bankruptcy may disclaim any lease which is part of his bankrupt's property1; and a liquidator may disclaim by notice of disclaimer any lease which is a part of the property of a company being wound up2.
Any person interested in the property may serve a notice in writing on the liquidator or, as the case may be, the trustee requiring him to decide whether he will disclaim or not; and, if the liquidator or, as the case may be, the trustee does not disclaim within 28 days of such notice, or such longer period as the court
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