(1)This section applies if the enforcement debtor for an enforceable money order is the body corporate for a community titles scheme.
(2)A court in which the enforceable money order may be enforced may, on application by the enforcement creditor, by order, appoint an administrator and authorise the administrator to perform the body corporate’s obligations under the money order.
(a)for an officiating court that is the Supreme Court—the money order has been filed in the officiating court; or
(b)for an officiating court that is the District Court or Magistrates Court—unless the officiating court otherwise orders, the money order has been filed in the officiating court for the district—
(i)in which scheme land is located; or
(ii)closest to the court that made the money order.
(4)If a court appoints an administrator to perform obligations of the body corporate, anything done by the administrator under the authority given on the appointment for the money order is taken to have been done by the body corporate.
(5)In this section—