(1) An order must be entered if:
(a) the order takes effect on the signing of the order; or
(b) the order is to be served; or
(c) the order is to be enforced; or
(d) an appeal from the order has been instituted or an application for leave to appeal has been made; or
(e) some step is to be taken under the order; or
(f) the Court directs that the order be entered.
(2) However, an order need not be entered if it merely (in addition to any provision as to costs):
(a) makes an extension or abridgment of time; or
(b) grants leave or makes a direction:
(i) to amend a document (other than an order); or
(ii) to file a document; or
(iii) for an act to be done by an officer of the Court other than a lawyer; or
(c) gives directions about the conduct of proceedings.