Companies (Consolidation) Act, 1908

Power in Scotland to remit winding up to Lord Ordinary.

136. Where the court in Scotland makes a winding-up order, it may, if it thinks fit, at any time direct all subsequent proceedings in the winding up to be taken before one of the permanent Lords Ordinary, and remit the winding up to him accordingly, and thereupon that Lord Ordinary shall, for the purposes of the winding up, have all the powers and jurisdiction of the court :

Provided that the Lord Ordinary may report to the division of the court any matter which may arise in the course of the winding up.