Where an individual has at a relevant time1 given a preference2 to any person, the trustee of the bankrupt's estate may apply to the court for an order to restore the position to what it would have been if that individual had not given that preference3. On such an application, the court may make such order as it thinks fit for achieving this effect4; but the court must not make such an order in respect of a preference given to any person unless the individual who gave the preference was influenced in deciding to give it by a desire
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