- (1) The Court may, where it considers it in the interest of justice so to do, waive compliance by the parties with these Rules or any part thereof.
- Where there is such waiver of compliance with the Rules, the Court may, in such manner as it thinks right, direct the appellant or the respondent, as the case may be, to remedy such non-compliance or not but may, notwithstanding, order the appeal to proceed or give such directions as it considers necessary in the circumstance.
- The Registrar shall forthwith notify the appellant or the respondent, as the case may be, of such order made or directions given by the Court under this Order where the appellant or the respondent was not present at the time when such order was made or directions were given.
(4)An application under this Rule shall be accompanied by a Brief filed by the applicant and served on the respondent. The respondent may thereafter file a Brief in reply which shall be served by the respondent on the applicant; and
- Any application under this Rule may be considered and determined by the Court in chambers without oral argument.
- The Chief Justice may, at any time, by notice declare a practice of the Court as a Practice Direction, and whenever so declared, such Practice Direction shall be regarded as part of these Rules.