If a debtor dies after making a bankruptcy application or, unless the court otherwise orders, if a debtor against whom a bankruptcy petition has been presented dies, the proceedings in the matter are to be continued as if he were alive, subject to the following modifications1:
(1) where a bankruptcy order has been made otherwise than on a bankruptcy application and the debtor has subsequently died without submitting a statement of his affairs to the official receiver, the personal representative or such other person as the court, on the application of the official receiver, may direct, must submit to
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