226. 'Property', 'holding' property and cognate expressions.

'Property' is all property wherever situated and includes money, all forms of real or personal property, and things in action and other intangible or incorporeal property1. Property is 'obtained' by a person if he obtains an interest in it2 (that is to say, if he 'owns' it, which connotes a power of disposition or control3), and is 'held' by a person if he holds an interest in it4; and references to property 'held' by a person also include references to property vested in his trustee in bankruptcy, permanent or interim trustee5 or liquidator6. Provision is made for determining the