—(1) An application for the grant of an injunction may be made by any party to a cause or matter before or after the trial of the cause or matter, whether or not a claim for the injunction was included in that party’s originating process, counterclaim or third party notice, as the case may be.
(2) Such application may be made by summons supported by an affidavit and where the case is one of urgency, may be made ex parte.
(3) The plaintiff may not make such an application before the issue of the originating process except where the case is one of urgency, and in that case —
the injunction applied for may be granted on such terms, if any, as the Court thinks fit; and
if the originating process is not issued within 2 days of the granting of the injunction, or such other period as the Court thinks fit, the Court shall on application by a defendant discharge the injunction.
(4) An order for interim injunction must be in Form 56.