If any of the requisite conditions1 is satisfied, the Crown Court may make an order (a 'restraint order') prohibiting any specified person from dealing with2 any realisable property3 held by him4. A restraint order may provide that it applies:
(1) to all realisable property held by the specified person whether or not the property is described in the order5;
(2) to realisable property transferred to the specified person after the order is made6,
and may include provision authorising the detention of any property to which it applies if the property is seized by an appropriate officer7 under a relevant seizure
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