Practice – Pre-trial or post-judgment relief. The Commercial Court considered the applicants' application for an order varying interim charging orders on two properties, to prevent dealing with them, including letting them on tenancies. An order would be made that each of the relevant freezing orders would be varied so as to include a provision that nothing in the orders would restrict the relevant applicant from granting a tenancy over the respective property for a term not to exceed 24 months and otherwise on terms agreed by the claimants or, in default of agreement, approved by the court.