Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Current version for 9 April 2020 to date (accessed 6 June 2020 at 11:48)
Part 54 Rule 54.7
54.7   Supreme Court may order general administration in certain circumstances
(cf SCR Part 68, rule 8(2))
(1)  This rule applies if it appears to the Supreme Court that an order for the administration of an estate or the execution of a trust under the direction of the Court is necessary—
(a)  to prevent proceedings by any person who claims—
(i)  to be a creditor of the estate, or
(ii)  to be entitled under the will, or on the intestacy, of the deceased, or
(iii)  to be beneficially entitled under the trust, or
(b)  to protect the interests of any person who is, or who may be, beneficially entitled under the trust.
(2)  In these circumstances, the Court—
(a)  may make such an order, and
(b)  may further order that no steps are to be taken under the order, or under any account or inquiry directed, without the leave of the Court.