| Commentary

87 Interim orders

| Commentary

87 Interim orders

It is not possible to appoint an interim administrator, but the court has wide powers to make interim orders1. These include an order that the powers of the directors be restricted pending the hearing of the administration petition, or—provided that the court is satisfied that there is a prima facie case for the appointment of an administrator and that the assets are in jeopardy—to appoint an interim manager independent of the directors, pending the hearing of the application2. It is also possible to obtain an order restraining advertisement of a winding-up petition pending

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