603. Orders which ought not to have been made.

A bankruptcy order made in respect of a debt on which the petition was founded and which did not exist at the date of the order or was otherwise unenforceable against the debtor may be annulled1. A bankruptcy order made in proceedings which are an abuse of the process of the court may also be annulled2, as may an order made on evidence relating to the debtor which was untrue3, or where the debtor was dead at the time when bankruptcy proceedings were taken against him