(1) If a person fails to comply with an order that the person is bound to comply with a party may apply to the Court for the following orders:
(a) the committal of the person;
(b) the sequestration of the person's property.
(2) If the person in default is a corporation or an organisation, a party may apply to the Court for an order:
(a) for the committal of an officer of the corporation or organisation; or
(b) for the sequestration of the property of the corporation or organisation.
(3) However, no application may be made for an order under paragraph (2)(a) unless the officer:
(a) has been served with the order in accordance with rule 41.07(1), and the order carries the endorsement in rule 41.06; or
(b) was present when the order was made or was notified of the order in accordance with rule 41.07(2).
(4) This rule applies if the Court has made:
(a) an injunction; or
(b) an order in the nature of an injunction; or
(c) an order in the nature of mandamus or prohibition.
Note: Contempt is dealt with in Part 42.