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(a)section 9(12) (which provides that a debt which remains outstanding on the recall or cessation of a time to pay order may be enforced by certain diligences) of the Debtors (Scotland) Act 1987 (c. 18);
(b)any order made under subsection (2)(b) or (10)(a) of section 21 above; and
(c)sections 34(3) and 35(4) below,
where articles are attached (or are purported to be attached) at any place, it is not competent to attach other articles kept at that place to enforce the same debt unless those other articles are brought to that place after the execution of the first attachment.
(2)It is not competent to attach any article in respect of which an attachment has—
(a)previously been executed in enforcement of the same debt; and
(b)ceased, by virtue of section 16, 18(4), 22(1), 34(1), 35(3), 55(2) or 56(4) of this Act, to have effect.
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