275. Further consideration of the application
(1) If any person objects to the Court making a final charging order, he must apply to the Court in accordance with the relevant practice direction.
(2) At the hearing, the Court may —
(a) make a final charging order confirming that the charge imposed by the interim charging order shall continue, with or without modification;
(b) discharge the interim charging order and dismiss the application;
(c) decide any issues in dispute between the parties, or between any of the parties and any other person who objects to the Court making a final charging order; or
(d) direct a trial of any such issues, and if necessary give directions.
(3) If the Court makes a final charging order which charges securities other than securities held in Court, the order will include a stop notice unless the Court otherwise orders.