An incumbrancer with an equitable interest in shares can protect his interests by obtaining a stop notice from the High Court1. When served on the company this does not give him any priority in respect of his incumbrance, but it prevents the registration of a transfer of the shares without notice to the incumbrancer2 and until he has had time to obtain a charging order3 or a stop order4.
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