19. Secured creditor: surrender for non-disclosure

(1) If a secured creditor omits to disclose a security in a proof, the secured creditor must surrender that security for the general benefit of creditors, unless the Court, on application by the secured creditor, relieves the secured creditor from the effect of this paragraph 19 on the ground that the omission was inadvertent or the result of honest mistake.
(2) If the Court grants that relief, it may require or allow the creditor's proof to be amended, on such terms as may be just.