—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), every order of the Court shall be drawn up unless the Court otherwise directs.
(2) An order —
extends the period within which a person is required or authorised by these Rules, or by any judgment, order or direction, to do any act; or
grants leave for the doing of any of the acts mentioned in paragraph (3); and
which neither imposes any special terms nor includes any special directions other than a direction as to costs,
need not be drawn up unless the Court otherwise directs.
(3) The acts referred to in paragraph (2)(a)(ii) are —
the issue of any writ, other than a writ of summons which is required for service out of the jurisdiction;
the amendment of an originating process or a pleading;
the filing of any documents; and
any act to be done by an officer of the Court other than a solicitor.