The court may annul a bankruptcy order if it at any time appears to the court:
(1) that, on any grounds existing at the time the order was made, the order ought not to have been made1; or
(2) that, to the extent required by the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 20162, the bankruptcy debts3 and the expenses of the bankruptcy4 have all, since the making of the order, been either paid or secured for to the satisfaction of the court5.
The court may annul a bankruptcy order whether or not the bankrupt has been discharged from the bankruptcy
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