—(1) The Court, on the application of any person claiming to be beneficially entitled to an interest in any Government stock or any stock of any company registered under any written law, may by order in Form 106 prohibit the Accountant-General or, as the case may be, that company from registering any transfer of such part of that stock as may be specified in the order or from paying any dividend thereof or interest thereon.
The name of the holder of the stock to which the order relates shall be stated in the order.
(2) An application for an order under this Rule must be made —
where an action is pending, by summons in the action; and
in any other case, by originating summons.
(3) The Court, on the application of any person claiming to be entitled to an interest in any stock to which an order under this Rule relates, may vary or discharge the order on such terms (if any) as to costs as it thinks fit.