116. Property which may be charged
(1) Subject to subsection (3) below, a charge may be imposed by a charging order only on —
(a) any interest held by the debtor beneficially —
(i) in any asset of a kind mentioned in subsection (2); or
(ii) under any trust; or
(b) any interest held by a person as a trustee of a trust ("the trust"), if the interest is in such an asset or is an interest under another trust and —
(i) the judgment or order in respect of which a charge is to be imposed was made against that person as trustee of the trust; or
(ii) the whole beneficial interest under the trust is held by the debtor unencumbered and for his own benefit; or
(iii) in a case where there are two or more debtors all of whom are liable to the creditor for the same debt, they together hold the beneficial interest under the trust unencumbered and for their own benefit.
(2) The assets referred to in subsection (1) are —
(a) real property;
(b) securities of any of the following kinds —
(i) government stock;
(ii) stock of any body incorporated within the Abu Dhabi Global Market;
(iii) stock of any body incorporated outside the Abu Dhabi Global Market or of any state or territory outside the Emirate or the United Arab Emirates, being stock registered in a register kept at any place within the Abu Dhabi Global Market;
(iv) units of any unit trust in respect of which a register of the unit holders is kept in any place within the Abu Dhabi Global Market;
(c) funds in Court; or
(d) funds in any bank or investment account kept in the Abu Dhabi Global Market.
(3) In any case where a charge is imposed by a charging order on any interest in an asset of a kind mentioned in subsections (2)(b), (c) or (d), the court making the order may provide for the charge to extend to any interest, dividend or other return payable in respect of the asset.