(1) If an applicant is in default, a respondent may apply to the Court for an order that:
(a) a step in the proceeding be taken within a specified time; or
(b) the proceeding be stayed or dismissed for the whole or any part of the relief claimed by the applicant:
(i) immediately; or
(ii) on conditions specified in the order.
(2) If a respondent is in default, an applicant may apply to the Court for:
(a) an order that a step in the proceeding be taken within a specified time; or
(b) if the claim against the respondent is for a debt or liquidated damages--an order giving judgment against the respondent for:
(i) the debt or liquidated damages; and
(ii) if appropriate, interest and costs in a sum fixed by the Court or to be taxed; or
(c) if the proceeding was started by an originating application supported by a statement of claim, or if the Court has ordered that the proceeding continue on pleadings--an order giving judgment against the respondent for the relief claimed in the statement of claim to which the Court is satisfied that the applicant is entitled; or
(d) an order giving judgment against the respondent for damages to be assessed, or any other order; or
(e) an order mentioned in paragraph (b), (c) or (d) to take effect if the respondent does not take a step ordered by the Court in the proceeding in the time specified in the order.
Note 1: The Court may make any order that the Court considers appropriate in the interests of justice--see rule 1.32.
Note 2: An order or judgment under this Division may be set aside or varied.