Where a court makes a restraint order1:
(1) no distress may be levied, and the statutory procedure for taking control of goods2 cannot be exercised, against any realisable property3 to which the order applies, except with the leave of the Crown Court and subject to any terms the Crown Court may impose4; and
(2) if the order applies to a tenancy of any premises, no landlord or other person to whom rent is payable may exercise a right of forfeiture by peaceable re-entry in relation to the premises in respect of any failure by the tenant to comply with
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