—(1) A writ of execution to enforce a judgment or order may not issue without the leave of the Court in the following cases:
where 6 years or more have lapsed since the date of the judgment or order;
where any change has taken place, whether by death or otherwise, in the parties entitled or liable to execution under the judgment or order;
where the judgment or order is against the assets of a deceased person coming into the hands of his executors or administrators after the date of the judgment or order, and it is sought to issue execution against such assets;
where under the judgment or order any person is entitled to relief subject to the fulfilment of any condition which it is alleged has been fulfilled; and
where any movable property sought to be seized under a writ of execution is in the hands of a receiver appointed by the Court.
(2) Paragraph (1) is without prejudice to any written law or rule by virtue of which a person is required to obtain the leave of the Court for the issue of a writ of execution or to proceed to execution on or otherwise the enforcement of a judgment or order.
(3) Where the Court grants leave, whether under this Rule or otherwise, for the issue of a writ of execution and the writ is not issued within one year after the date of the order granting such leave, the order shall cease to have effect, without prejudice, however, to the making of a fresh order.