Effect of receiving order, Financial Accounting

Effect of receiving order

The consequences of the making of the receiving order are:

  1. The debtor retains ownership, but loses possession and control of his property;
  2. The official receiver becomes receiver of the debtor's property;
  3. No legal proceedings may be brought in respect of provable debts except by leave of the court;
  4. Transactions subsequently entered into by the debtor are prima facie invalid;
  5. The receiving order must be advertised in the gazette;
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