In a family law proceeding,
to preserve assets pending resolution of the underlying
Enforcement of judgments.
Action by a vendor to
vacate a fraudulent purchase of property.
Action by a creditor to
subject any property or fund to the creditor’s claim.
Action between partners or
others jointly owning or interested in any property or
Action by a secured lender
for foreclosure, where the real property is in danger of
being lost, removed or materially injured or where the deed
of trust is in breach and there is no equity in the
To dispose of property
after a judgment or to preserve it during the pendency of
To collect and disburse
rents during the redemption period, after judicial
foreclosure of real property.
To take control of, operate
and wind up a corporation where the corporation has been
dissolved, is insolvent, or is in imminent danger of
insolvency, or has forfeited its corporate rights.
In an action of unlawful
To collect rents under an
assignment of rents provision while a non-judicial
foreclosure is pending.
To assist a creditor to
inspect real property security to determine the existence
of hazardous materials.
To take possession of
property during a marital dissolution.
To liquidate assets arising
from partnership disputes or actions in partition.
To collect receivables,
To execute upon the
interest of a partner in a partnership under a charging
To take possession and
control of a business pursuant to an action by a
governmental agency such as the Department of Real Estate,
Department of Corporations, or Securities and Exchange