1. These Rules shall apply to proceedings under the Employment Act (Chapter 91) subject to the following Rules.
—(1) Where the Commissioner for Labour (referred to in this Order as the Commissioner) has made an order under the Employment Act (Chapter 91) and such order is sought to be enforced in a District Court, the Commissioner shall issue a certificate of the order and the certificate must be filed with a copy of the order in the Court.
(2) Where the certificate and a copy of the order has been filed in the Court under paragraph (1), the order may be enforced by the Court as if it were a judgment of the Court.
—(1) The certificate must state —
the number and title of the case in which the order was made;
the date of the order;
the name, occupation and address of every person ordered to pay any sum of money;
the amount ordered to be paid by such person;
the name, occupation and address of every person to whom any sum is ordered to be paid and the amount to be paid to each such person;
any other material terms or conditions of the order; and
the extent to which the order has been satisfied and the balance remaining due thereunder.
(2) Where the persons are numerous the particulars referred to in paragraph (1) may be set out in a schedule attached to the certificate.
(3) Where the order is that the amount is to be paid to the Commissioner for distribution among the persons, it shall be sufficient to state the name of each person and the amount to be paid on his account.
(4) The certificate must be sealed with the seal of the Commissioner and it must be dated and signed by him.