Article 208 - Proceedings against market property by unsecured creditors
(1) Where property (other than land) is held by a designated exchange or designated clearing house as margin in relation to market contracts or is subject to a market charge, no execution or other legal process for the enforcement of a judgment or order may be commenced or continued, and no distress may be levied, against the property by a person not seeking to enforce any interest in or security over the property, except with the consent of:
(A) in the case of property provided as cover for margin, the exchange or clearing house in question; or
(B) in the case of property subject to a market charge, the person in whose favour the charge was granted.
(2) Where consent is given the proceedings may be commenced or continued notwithstanding any provision of these
(3) Where by virtue of this Article a person would not be entitled to enforce a judgment or order against any property, any injunction or other remedy granted with a view to facilitating the enforcement of any such judgment or order shall not extend to that property.