246(1)  Where the enforcement authority may take proceedings for a recovery order in the High Court, the authority may apply to the court for an interim receiving order (whether before or after starting the proceedings).

246(2)  An interim receiving order is an order for–

(a)the detention, custody or preservation of property, and

(b)the appointment of an interim receiver.

246(3)  An application for an interim receiving order may be made without notice if the circumstances are such that notice of the application would prejudice any right of the enforcement authority to obtain a recovery order in respect of any property.

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