—(1) Where —
a person required by a judgment or order to do an act within a time specified in the judgment or order refuses or neglects to do it within that time or, as the case may be, within that time as extended or abridged under Order 3, Rule 4; or
a person disobeys a judgment or order requiring him to abstain from doing an act,
then, subject to these Rules, the judgment or order may be enforced by one or more of the following means:
with the leave of the Court, an order of committal;
where that person is a body corporate, with the leave of the Court, an order of committal against any director or other officer of the body;
subject to the provisions of the Debtors Act (Chapter 73), an order of committal against that person or, where that person is a body corporate, against any such officer.
(2) Where a judgment or order requires a person to do an act within a time therein specified and an order is subsequently made under Rule 6 requiring the act to be done within some other time, references in paragraph (1) to a judgment or order shall be construed as references to the order made under Rule 6.
(3) Where under any judgment or order requiring the delivery of any movable property the person liable to execution has the alternative of paying the assessed value of the property, the judgment or order shall not be enforceable by order of committal under paragraph (1), but the Court may, on the application of the person entitled to enforce the judgment or order, make an order requiring the first mentioned person to deliver the property to the applicant within a time specified in the order, and that order may be so enforced.