When a charging order is made1, the court2 may appoint, by the same or a subsequent order, a receiver3 of the partner's share of profits, whether already declared or accruing, and of any other money coming to him from the partnership4. It may also direct such accounts and inquiries and give such orders and directions as it might have done if the charge had been made by the partner in favour of the judgment creditor, or as the case may require
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