When the court or a judge grants an order for the appointment of a receiver of the
property of the judgment debtor, it shall be filed in the office of the clerk of the
superior court of the county where the judgment roll in the action or transcript of
judgment, upon which the proceedings are taken, is filed; and the clerk shall record
the order in a book to be kept for that purpose in his office, to be called Book of
Orders Appointing Receivers of Judgment Debtors, and shall note the time of its filing
therein. A certified copy of the order shall be delivered to the receiver named therein,
and he is vested with the property and effects of the judgment debtor from the time
of the service of the restraining order, if such restraining order has been made,
and if not, from the time of the filing and recording of the order for the appointment
of a receiver. The receiver of the judgment debtor is subject to the direction and control of the
court in which the judgment was obtained upon which the proceedings are founded.
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