1. (1) The Court may, at any stage of civil proceedings:
2. (1) A pleading or other document may be amended by written alterations in the copy which has been served, and in the copy which has been filed. Where necessary, extensive amendments may be set out on additional sheets of paper to be inserted into the pleading at a place indicated in the pleading.
(2) When an amendment has been made, the amended document must be indorsed as follows: ‘Amended on the _____________ day of _______________ 20.... pursuant to Order dated the ______ day of __________________ 20....’.
3. (1) The Court may correct any clerical mistake in a judgment or order, or any error arising in a judgment or order from any accidental slip or omission, at any time on the application by notice of motion of the party seeking the correction on notice to the party sought to be affected by the correction.
(2) Notwithstanding sub-rule (1), on application in writing of any party, the Clerk assigned to the Court area concerned may with the approval of the Court, make such correction where each and every party affected consent in writing, each such consent to be lodged with the said Clerk.
(3) The Court may correct any clerical mistake in a warrant issued in civil proceedings, or any error arising in a warrant issued in civil proceedings from any accidental slip or omission, at any time before execution of the warrant on the application ex parte by the party seeking the correction.