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Bankruptcy and Diligence etc. (Scotland) Act 2007

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108Appointed person
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(1)The appointed person—

(a)is an officer of the court; and

(b)must act independently of the creditor, the debtor and any other interested person.

(2)Before exercising any functions conferred by virtue of this Chapter, the appointed person must lodge a bond of caution for such amount as may be prescribed by Act of Sederunt.

(3)The appointed person may apply to the sheriff who granted the warrant for sale under section 97(2) of this Act for directions as to how to exercise any of that person’s functions.

(4)In executing a warrant for sale granted under section 97(2) of this Act, the appointed person must—

(a)exercise the functions conferred—

(i)by this Chapter; and

(ii)by the Scottish Ministers under subsection (8) below; and

(b)comply with any directions made under subsection (3) above.

(5)The appointed person is liable to the creditor, the debtor, any person who owns the attached land in common with the debtor and any secured creditor for any patrimonial loss caused as a result of the appointed person’s negligence in executing the warrant for sale.

(6)The creditor is liable for the appointed person’s reasonable remuneration and outlays incurred in exercising functions conferred by virtue of this Chapter.

(7)Such remuneration and outlays are expenses incurred by the creditor in executing the land attachment.

(8)The Scottish Ministers may, by regulations—

(a)confer functions on;

(b)remove functions from; or

(c)otherwise modify the functions of,

appointed persons.

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