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Report No. 26

67. Power to call on Official Assignee to disclaim.-The Official Assignee shall not be entitled to disclaim any property in pursuance of section 65 in any case where an application in writing has been made to the Official Assignee by any person interested in the property requiring him to decide whether he will disclaim, and the Official Assignee has for a period of twenty-eight days after the receipt of the application, or such extended period as may be allowed by the court, declined or neglected to give notice that he disclaims the property; and in the case of a contract, if the Official Assignee, after such application as aforesaid, does not within the said period or extended period disclaim the contract, he shall be deemed to have adopted it.

[New] [Cf. section 64, P.T.A.]

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