(1) An order is made:
(a) in a hearing or trial--when it is pronounced in court by the judicial officer; or
(b) in any other case--when it is signed.
(2) An order takes effect on the date when it is made, unless otherwise stated.
(3) A party is entitled to receive:
(a) a sealed copy of an order;
(b) if the order is rectified by the court--a sealed copy of the rectified order; and
(c) a copy of any published reasons for judgment.
(4) Subrule (3) does not apply to a procedural order.