—(1) Subject to these Rules, a judgment or order for the giving of possession of immovable property may be enforced by one or more of the following means:
writ of possession;
in a case in which Rule 5 applies, an order of committal.
(2) A writ of possession to enforce a judgment or order for the giving of possession of any immovable property shall not be issued without the leave of the Court except where the judgment or order was given or made in a mortgage action to which Order 83 applies.
(3) Such leave shall not be granted unless it is shown that every person in actual possession of the whole or any part of the immovable property has received such notice of the proceedings as appears to the Court sufficient to enable him to apply to the Court for any relief to which he may be entitled.
(4) A writ of possession may include provision for enforcing the payment of any money adjudged or ordered to be paid by the judgment or order which is to be enforced by the writ.