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—(1) Where an order is made requiring a defendant to give security under the Act, the security shall be given in such manner, at such time, and on such terms (if any) as the Court may direct.
(2) When security has been given as ordered, the defendant, if he is in custody must be released.
20. The money deposited, if any, and the security and all proceedings thereon shall be subject to the order and control of the Court.
21. Where at the hearing of any proceedings under the Act the debtor satisfies the Court that a bankruptcy order under the Bankruptcy Act (Chapter 20) has been made against him and that the debt was provable in the bankruptcy or in the administration, no order shall be made:
Provided that where an order of commitment has been made, the order if not executed shall be recalled and cancelled, and if the debtor is in prison, he shall be discharged.
22. Any order of commitment or arrest of a judgment debtor under the Act shall bear the date of the day on which it was made, and shall continue in force for one year from and including such date and no longer, but it may be renewed subject to the conditions and in the manner prescribed for the renewal of writs of execution.
23. Unless in any case it is otherwise ordered, the costs of and incidental to orders for arrest, commitment and attachment under the Act, and any amount spent by the plaintiff under Rules 5 and 10, shall be the plaintiff’s costs in the cause.