The Courts of Justice Act, 1924

Ancillary powers.

57.—The Circuit Judges shall have powers of attachment, injunction, garnishee, interpleader, and all powers (including the power to appoint a receiver) ancillary to any jurisdiction vested in transferred to or exercisable by them. They shall have power also to adjourn the hearing of any action or proceedings pending before them respectively, to any other court within their respective Circuits, and to make out of court any orders of course which they may deem to be urgent,