157. Supplementary provisions as to Default Proceedings
(1) If the Court is satisfied on an application by a Relevant Office-Holder that a party to a Market Contract with a Defaulter intends to dissipate or apply his assets so as to prevent the Relevant Office-Holder recovering such sums as may become due upon the completion of the Default Proceedings, the Court may grant such interlocutory relief as it thinks fit.
(2) A liquidator, Administrator or trustee of a Defaulter shall not —
(a) declare or pay any dividend to the creditors; or
(b) return any capital to contributories;
unless he has retained what he reasonably considers to be an adequate reserve in respect of any claims arising as a result of the Default Proceedings of the Recognised Body concerned.
(3) The Court may on an application by a Relevant Office-Holder make such order as it thinks fit altering or dispensing from compliance with such of the duties of his office as are affected by the fact that Default Proceedings are pending or could be taken, or have been or could have been taken.
(4) Nothing in sections 42, 43, 44, 45 (including as applied by section 46), 193, or Article 20 of Chapter 3 of Schedule 10 of the Insolvency Regulations 2015 (all of which restrict the taking of certain legal proceedings and other steps), shall affect any action taken by a Recognised Body for the purpose of its Default Proceedings.