If the court appoints a receiver1 the court may act under the following provisions on the application of the prosecutor2.
The court may by order confer on the receiver the following powers in relation to the realisable property3:
(1) power to take possession of the property4;
(2) power to manage or otherwise deal with5 the property6;
(3) power to realise the property, in such manner as the court may specify7;
(4) power to start, carry on or defend any legal proceedings in respect of the property8.
The court may also by order confer on the receiver power to enter any premises
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