Practice – Order. In proceedings arising out of a claim of fraud in connection with financial guarantee bonds and a credit facility said to have been arranged by the defendant for the claimants, it was held, among other things, that a judgment creditor was entitled to take steps to enforce a judgment regardless of the terms of a freezing injunction. Accordingly, the Queen's Bench Division, dismissed the defendant's application to set aside an interim third party debt order on grounds that included non-disclosure and abuse of process.