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  • 91 (1) On application by a spouse, the Supreme Court must make an order restraining the other spouse from disposing of any property at issue under this Part or Part 6 until or unless the other spouse establishes that a claim made under this Part or Part 6 will not be defeated or adversely affected by the disposal of the property.
  • (2) The Supreme Court may make one or more of the following orders:
  • (a) for the possession, delivery, safekeeping and preservation of property;
  • (b) for the purpose of protecting the applicant’s interest in property from being defeated or adversely affected,
    • (i) prohibiting the other spouse from disposing of, transferring, converting, or exchanging into another form, property in which the applicant may have an interest, or
    • (ii) vesting all or a portion of property in, or in trust for, the applicant.
  • (3) The Supreme Court may make an order under this section before notice of the application is served on the other spouse, or may order that notice of the application be served on the other spouse.
  • (4) Despite section 215(2), the Supreme Court may change, suspend or terminate an order made under this section.

2011-25-91, effective March 18, 2013 (B.C. Reg. 131/2012).