669. Orders which may be made.

Without prejudice to the generality of the powers of the court to make orders restoring the position to what it would have been if the individual had not entered into a transaction at an undervalue or given a preference1, an order with respect to such transactions or preferences entered into or given by an individual who is subsequently made bankrupt may:


    (1)     require any property transferred as part of the transaction, or in connection with the giving of the preference, to be vested in the trustee of the bankrupt's estate as part of that estate;


    (2)     require any property