—(1) A memorandum of appearance is a request to the Registry to enter an appearance for the defendant or defendants specified in the memorandum.
(2) A memorandum of appearance must be in Form 10 and both the memorandum of appearance and the copy thereof required for entering an appearance must be signed by the solicitor by whom the defendant appears or, if the defendant appears in person, by the defendant.
(3) A memorandum of appearance must specify —
in the case of a defendant appearing in person, the address of his place of residence and, if his place of residence is not within the jurisdiction or if he has no place of residence, the address of a place within the jurisdiction at or to which documents for him may be delivered or sent; and
in the case of a defendant appearing by a solicitor a business address of his solicitor within the jurisdiction, and where the defendant enters an appearance in person, the address within the jurisdiction specified under sub-paragraph (a) shall be his address for service, but otherwise his solicitor’s business address shall be his address for service.
(4) If the memorandum of appearance does not specify the defendant’s address for service or the Court is satisfied that any address specified in the memorandum of appearance is not genuine, the Court may on application by the plaintiff set aside the appearance or order the defendant to give an address or, as the case may be, a genuine address for service and may in any case direct that the appearance shall nevertheless have effect for the purposes of Order 10, Rule 1(3), and Order 62, Rule 10.