373 Jurisdiction in relation to insolvent individuals
373 Jurisdiction in relation to insolvent individuals

(1)     The High Court and the [county court] have jurisdiction throughout England and Wales for the purposes of the Parts in this Group.

(2)     For the purposes of those Parts, [the county court] has, in addition to its ordinary jurisdiction, all the powers and jurisdiction of the High Court; and the orders of the court may be enforced accordingly in the prescribed manner.

(3)     Jurisdiction for the purposes of those Parts is exercised—

(a)     by the High Court [or the [county court]] in relation to the proceedings which, in accordance with the rules, are allocated to the London insolvency district, and

(b)     by [the] county court in relation to the proceedings which are so allocated to [any other insolvency district].