At any time after a bankruptcy order has been made1, the court may, on the application of the official receiver or the trustee of the bankrupt's estate2, issue a warrant authorising the person to whom it is directed to seize any property comprised in the bankrupt's estate which is, or any books, papers or records relating to the bankrupt's estate or affairs3 which are, in the possession or under the control of the bankrupt or any other person who is required to deliver the property, books, papers or records to the official receiver or trustee4.
Any person executing such a
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