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6(1)On the application of the Scottish Ministers, the Court of Session may, in respect of heritable property in Scotland affected by a freezing order (whether such property generally or particular such property), grant warrant for inhibition against any person specified in the freezing order.
(2)The warrant for inhibition—
(a)shall have effect as if granted on the dependence of an action for debt by the Scottish Ministers against the person and may be executed, recalled, loosed or restricted accordingly; and
(b)shall have the effect of letters of inhibition and shall forthwith be registered by the Scottish Ministers in the Register of Inhibitions and Adjudications.
(3)Section 155 of the Titles to Land Consolidation (Scotland) Act 1868 (c.101) (effective date of inhibition) shall apply in relation to an inhibition for which warrant is granted under sub-paragraph (1) above as it applies to an inhibition by separate letters or contained in a summons.
(4)The fact that an inhibition has been executed under this paragraph in respect of property shall not prejudice the exercise of a receiver’s powers under or for the purposes of this schedule in respect of that property.
(5)An inhibition executed under this paragraph ceases to have effect when, or in so far as, the freezing order ceases to have effect in respect of the property in respect of which the warrant for inhibition was granted.
(6)If, by virtue of sub-paragraph (5) above, an inhibition ceases to have effect to any extent, the Scottish Ministers shall—
(a)apply for the recall, or as the case may be restriction, of the inhibition; and
(b)ensure that the recall, or restriction, is registered in the Register of Inhibitions and Adjudications.
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