If it is shown to be necessary for the protection of the property1 of the deceased debtor, the court may at any time after the presentation of a petition for an insolvency administration order and before making an insolvency administration order, appoint the official receiver or an insolvency practitioner to be interim receiver of the property of the deceased debtor2. The court may by an order appointing any person to be an interim receiver direct that his powers are to be limited or restricted in any respect3; but, save as so
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