The bankrupt is guilty of an offence if:
(1) he prevents1, or in the initial period2 prevented, the production of any books, papers or other records relating to his estate3 or affairs;
(2) he conceals, destroys, mutilates or falsifies, or causes or permits the concealment, destruction, mutilation or falsification of, any books, papers or other records relating to his estate or affairs;
(3) he makes, or causes4 or permits5 the making of, any false6 entries in any book, document or record relating to his estate or affairs; or
(4) in the 12 months before the making of the bankruptcy
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