Where a bankruptcy order is annulled on the grounds that the order ought not to have been made1, or in relation to a criminal bankruptcy order2, any bankruptcy restrictions order3, interim order4 or undertaking5 which is in force in respect of the bankrupt is annulled6, no new bankruptcy restrictions order or interim order may be made in respect of the bankrupt7, and no new bankruptcy restrictions undertaking by the bankrupt may be accepted8.
Where a bankruptcy order is annulled following the approval of a voluntary arrangement9 or on the grounds10 that the debts and expenses of the bankruptcy have all
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