An execution against land is completed by seizure1, by the appointment of a receiver or by the making of a charging order2 under the Charging Orders Act 19793. An execution by the appointment of a receiver is complete on the making of a final order of appointment by the court4, notwithstanding that he has not given any security and perfected his appointment5. An execution by the making of a charging order is complete on the making of the order absolute6.
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