This is probably a very simple question, but I can't seem to see the answer. Given a (Zariski) closed subset $Z$ in $\mathbb P^n$ of codimension $d$, we can always find a linear subspace $L \cong \mathbb P^{d-1}$ such that $L \cap Z = \varnothing $. I'm wondering if a similar statement can be said about Grassmannians.

Specifically, let $G= \mathbb G(1,n)$ be the Grassmannian of lines in $\mathbb P^n$ with $n \geq 3$. If $Z$ is a closed subset in $G$ of codimension $2$, can we always find a $\Sigma_{x,P} \cong \mathbb P^1$ in $G$ with $\Sigma_{x,P} \cap Z = \varnothing $, where $\Sigma_{x,P}$ corresponds to the locus of lines through $x$ lying in a plane $P= \mathbb P^2 \subset \mathbb P^n$ containing $x$ ?

Similarly, if $Z$ is of codimension $3$ in $G$, can we always find a $\Sigma_P \cong \mathbb P^2$ with $\Sigma_P \cap Z = \varnothing $, where $\Sigma_P$ corresponds to the locus of lines lying on a plane $P= \mathbb P^2 \subset \mathbb P^n$ ?