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Supreme Court Rules 2000 (S.R. 2000, No. 8)
|Requested: 29 May 2015|
|Consolidated as at: Sessional|
932. Order to identify securities, &c.
(1) An order to show cause why a charging order should not be made is to identify the securities, interests or funds in respect of which it is made.
(2) In the case of an order to show cause in respect of securities, the order is also to state
(a) that on service of the order on the Commonwealth or State or Territory of the Commonwealth, corporation or person to which or whom it is addressed
(i) the officer or person having the registry, control or management of the securities, or of their transfer, must not permit their transfer until the order is made final or discharged; and
(ii) if the securities constitute the stock of a corporation, the corporation must not permit their transfer; and
(b) on service of the order on the judgment debtor, a disposition by the judgment debtor of the securities is not valid or effective as against the judgment creditor.