79. Court may limit rights

(1) This Section applies where —
(a) at a meeting convened pursuant to Section 61 (Requirement for initial creditors' meeting) or 65(2) (Revision of administrator's proposals), a Company's creditors have resolved that the Company execute a Deed of Company Arrangement; or
(b) a Company has executed such a Deed of Company Arrangement.
(2) The Court may order a secured creditor of the Company not to realise or otherwise deal with his security, except as permitted by the order.
(3) The Court may only make an order under subsection (2) if satisfied that —
(a) for the creditor to realise or otherwise deal with the security would have a material adverse effect on achieving the purposes of the Deed of Company Arrangement; and
(b) having regard to —
(i) the terms of the Deed of Company Arrangement;
(ii) the terms of the order; and
(iii) any other relevant matter,
the creditor's interests will be adequately protected.
(4) The Court may order the owner or lessor of property that is used or occupied by, or is in the possession of, the Company not to take possession of the property or otherwise recover it.
(5) The Court may only make an order under subsection (4) if satisfied that —
(a) for the owner or lessor to take possession of the property or otherwise recover it would have a material adverse effect on achieving the purposes of the Deed of Company Arrangement; and
(b) having regard to —
(i) the terms of the Deed of Company Arrangement;
(ii) the terms of the order; and
(iii) any other relevant matter,
the interests of the owner or lessor will be adequately protected.
(6) An order under this Section may be made subject to conditions.
(7) An order under this Section may only be made on the application of —
(a) if subsection (1)(a) applies, the administrator of the Company; or
(b) if subsection (1)(b) applies, the Deed of Company Arrangement's administrator.
(8) For the purposes of subsections (3) and (5), whether an action has a "material adverse effect" on achieving the purposes of the Deed of Company Arrangement shall be assessed in light of all of the circumstances subsisting at the time that the Court comes to consider the issue.