If judgment is obtained against a defendant under a mental disability, a stay of execution may be granted1 to enable an application to be made by the receiver of the income to the Court of Protection for leave to pay the amount of the judgment debt out of the protected person's estate2.
When a charging order is obtained under the general enactments relating to execution3 against the property of a mentally disordered person, the court has no power to make an order providing that the amount to be charged is to be determined by the master of the Court of
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