—(1) In this Rule references to an order shall be construed as including references to a judgment.
(2) Subject to Order 24, Rule 16(3), Order 26, Rule 6(3) and paragraphs (6) and (7) of this Rule, an order shall not be enforced under Rule 5 unless —
a copy of the order has been served personally on the person required to do or abstain from doing the act in question; and
in the case of an order requiring a person to do an act, the copy has been so served before the expiration of the time within which he was required to do the act.
(3) Subject as aforesaid, an order requiring a body corporate to do or abstain from doing an act shall not be enforced as mentioned in Rule 5(1)(ii) or (iii) unless —
a copy of the order has also been served personally on the officer against whom an order of committal is sought; and
in the case of an order requiring the body corporate to do an act, the copy has been so served before the expiration of the time within which the body was required to do the act.
(4) There must be endorsed on the copy of an order served under this Rule a notice in Form 81 informing the person on whom the copy is served —
in the case of service under paragraph (2), that if he neglects to obey the order within the time specified therein, or, if the order is to abstain from doing an act, that if he disobeys the order, he is liable to process of execution to compel him to obey it; and
in the case of service under paragraph (3), that if the body corporate neglects to obey the order within the time so specified or, if the order is to abstain from doing an act, that if the body corporate disobeys the order, the body corporate is liable to process of execution to compel the body to obey it.
(5) With the copy of an order required to be served under this Rule, being an order requiring a person to do an act, there must also be served a copy of any order made under Order 3, Rule 4, extending or abridging the time for doing the act and, where the first mentioned order was made under Rule 5(3) or 6, a copy of the previous order requiring the act to be done.
(6) An order requiring a person to abstain from doing an act may be enforced under Rule 5 notwithstanding that service of a copy of the order has not been effected in accordance with this Rule if the Court is satisfied that, pending such service, the person against whom or against whose property it is sought to enforce the order has had notice thereof either —
by being present when the order was made; or
by being notified of the terms of the order, whether by telephone, telegram or otherwise.
(7) Without prejudice to its powers under Order 62, Rule 5, the Court may dispense with service of a copy of an order under this Rule if it thinks it just to do so.