359. Appointment of receiver or manager.

The court has a general jurisdiction to make an interim or final order appointing a receiver and investing him with such powers as the court thinks necessary for the preservation of the property1 whenever it appears to the court to be just and convenient to do so2. Additionally, the tenant of a flat contained in premises consisting of the whole or part of a building containing two or more flats may in certain circumstances apply to an appropriate tribunal for an order appointing a manager in relation to those premises3.

A receiver has been appointed:

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    (1)     where no attempt has