The bankrupt is guilty of an offence if:
(1) either alone or jointly with any other person, he obtains credit1 to the extent of the prescribed amount2 or more without giving the person from whom he obtains it the relevant information about his status3; or
(2) he engages, whether directly or indirectly, in any business under a name other than that in which he was made bankrupt without disclosing to all persons with whom he enters into any business transaction the name in which he was so made
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