124 Arrestment of property affected by orderS
(1)On the application of the prosecutor the court may, in relation to moveable realisable property to which a restraint order applies (whether generally or such of it as is specified in the application), grant warrant for arrestment.
(2)Such a warrant for arrestment may be granted only if the property would be arrestable if the person entitled to it were a debtor.
(3)A warrant under subsection (1) has effect as if granted on the dependence of an action for debt at the instance of the prosecutor against the person and may be executed, recalled, loosed or restricted accordingly.
(4)The execution of an arrestment under this section in respect of property does not prejudice the exercise of an administrator’s powers under or for the purposes of this Part in respect of that property.
(5)An arrestment executed under this section ceases to have effect when, or in so far as, the restraint order ceases to apply in respect of the property in relation to which the warrant for arrestment was granted.
(6)If an arrestment ceases to have effect to any extent by virtue of subsection (5) the prosecutor must apply to the court for an order recalling, or as the case may be, restricting the arrestment.
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