Superior Court Rules

ORDER 115

ORDERS OF THE SUPERIOR COURTS

1. (1) Every order of the Supreme Court, of the Court of Appeal, and of the High Court, when drawn up, shall be dated the day of the week, month and year on which the same was made, unless such Court shall otherwise direct, and shall take effect accordingly. Every such order shall be passed and perfected with all convenient speed.

(2) The date of perfecting shall be indorsed on the order by the proper officer.

2. Save where otherwise provided in these Rules:

(a) every order of the Supreme Court shall be issued out of the Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court, provided that an order of execution may issue out of the Central Office;

(b) every order of the Court of Appeal shall be issued out of the Office of the Registrar of the Court of Appeal, provided that an order of execution may issue out of the Central Office;

(c) every other order shall be issued out of Central Office.

3. A Registrar may submit a draft of any order proposed to be issued to the parties to the proceedings and invite comment on the form of order before it is issued.

[SI 485/14]

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