Under the orders, Margaret Paterson and Robert Munro will have to reveal assets, income and any substantial expenditure over an eight-year period. Failure to comply could result in a jail sentence. Paterson and Munro, both 61, were each sentenced to five years' imprisonment at the High Court in Edinburgh earlier this year following their conviction of offences linked to the sex trade.
The pair returned to the same court yesterday as prosecutors sought to have the orders imposed on them in only the second case of its kind in Scotland brought under serious organised crime legislation.
Judge Michael O'Grady, who heard their earlier trial, said he was satisfied the orders should be made and an initial report should be provided by the end of January next year.
The judge said Paterson and Munro had engaged in a sophisticated course of criminal conduct over many years.
The move was opposed by lawyers acting for the pair, with Edward Targowski QC, for Paterson, claiming the Crown's argument in her case was "disingenuous".
Cameron Tait, solicitor advocate for Munro, said he had no intention of becoming involved in an escort agency again.