752. General control of the court.

Every bankruptcy is under the general control of the court1; and the court has full power2 to decide all questions of priorities and all other questions, whether of law or fact, arising in any bankruptcy3. Notwithstanding any requirement4 as to the contents of a court order the court may make such other order or in such form as the court thinks just5.

An undischarged bankrupt or a discharged bankrupt whose estate is still being administered6 must7 do all such things as he may be directed to do by the court for the purposes of his bankruptcy or, as the case