Article 184 - Restrictions on service as Administrator, Supervisor or Liquidator

(1) No person may be appointed as or serve as an Administrator (including a provisionally appointed Administrator), Supervisor or Liquidator or provisional Liquidator of a Company under these Regulations or any other Regulations unless he is registered as an insolvency practitioner under this Part.
(2) No QFC Entity may be appointed as or serve as an Administrator (including a provisionally appointed Administrator), Supervisor or Liquidator or provisional Liquidator of a Company under these Regulations or any other Regulations unless it is licensed to carry on the professional services of an insolvency practitioner in or from the QFC in accordance with Paragraph 13 of Schedule 3 to the QFC Law.
(3) Without limiting the generality of Article 184(1) or (2), no insolvency practitioner may be appointed by the QFC Court as:
(A) Liquidator under Article 83(1) of these Regulations; or
(B) provisional Liquidator under Article 84 of these Regulations
unless he is further registered as an official Liquidator under this Part.
(4) The registration of an insolvency practitioner as an official Liquidator constitutes an acknowledgement by that insolvency practitioner that he will accept any appointment made by the QFC Court as a Liquidator or provisional Liquidator to a Company in accordance with the provisions of any rules of procedure as may be made by the QFC Court.