“4A Notice to the Court
4A. (1) Before any application, other than an ex parte application or an application for an adjournment, is made to the Court, the applicant must, unless any statute or rule otherwise provides, give at least 48 hours notice in writing to the Clerk of the Court at which the application concerned is to be made.
(2) Mode of giving notice
(2) Where under these Rules notice is required or authorised to be given to the Clerk or other parties, such notice must be in writing and may be given by leaving the notice with the Clerk or other parties or by forwarding the notice by prepaid post. Where the notice is forwarded by prepaid post, the date of receipt of notice shall be the day of the actual receipt of the notice.
(3) Newspaper notices
(3) Where any newspaper notice is required in any proceedings in the Court, the Court may, where necessary, determine in which newspaper any notice is to be inserted.
4B Where last day is a Saturday, Sunday or day on which court office closed
4B. Where the time for doing any act or taking any proceeding expires on a Saturday, a Sunday or on another day on which the offices of the Court are closed, and for that reason, the act or proceeding cannot be done or taken on that day, the act or proceeding shall, so far as regards the time of doing or taking the same, be held to be duly done or taken if done or taken on the day on which the offices are next open.”;