268. Money in Court

(1) If money is standing to the credit of the judgment debtor in Court the judgment creditor may not apply for a third party debt order in respect of that money, but he may apply, in accordance with the relevant practice direction, for an order that the money in Court, or so much of it as is sufficient to satisfy the judgment or order and the costs of the application, be paid to him; and
(2) If an application notice has been issued under this Rule, the money in Court must not be paid out to the judgment creditor until the application has been disposed of.