—(1) The Court may, on such terms as it thinks just and subject to the provisions of this Rule, make an award of provisional damages if the plaintiff has pleaded a claim for provisional damages.
(2) An order for an award of provisional damages shall specify the contingency in respect of which an application may be made at a future date, and shall also, unless the Court otherwise determines, specify the period within which such application may be made.
(3) The Court may, on the application of the plaintiff made within the period, if any, specified in paragraph (2), by order extend that period if it thinks it just to do so, and the plaintiff may make more than one such application.
(4) An order for an award of provisional damages may be made in respect of more than one contingency and may in respect of each contingency specify a different period within which an application may be made at a future date.
(5) Orders 13 and 19 shall not apply in relation to an action in which the plaintiff claims provisional damages.