In any insolvency proceedings1, orders of the court may be enforced in the same manner as a judgment to the same effect2. The High Court and the County Court have jurisdiction throughout England and Wales for the purposes3 of individual insolvency4. For those purposes, the County Court has, in addition to its ordinary jurisdiction, all the powers and jurisdiction of the High Court; and the orders of the court may be enforced accordingly in the prescribed manner5.
Where an order in insolvency proceedings is made, or any process is issued, by the County Court, the order or process may be
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