Certain powers conferred on a court1, the powers of a management receiver2 or an enforcement receiver3, and the powers of an appropriate officer and a senior officer in connection with the seizure of property4:
(1) must be exercised with a view to the value for the time being of realisable property5 being made available (by the property's realisation) for satisfying any confiscation order6 that has been or may be made against the defendant7;
(2) must be exercised, in a case where a confiscation order has not been made, with a view to securing that there is no diminution in
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