54. Grounds for review
The Court may review any
decision made or given by it on any of the following
exceptional circumstances which have resulted in
discovery of new and important matter or evidence which,
the exercise of due diligence, was not within the
knowledge or could not be produced by him .at the time
the decision was given.
Time for applying for review
An application for
review shall be filed at the Registry of the Court not
later than one month from the date of the decision
sought to be reviewed.
Procedure for bringing application for review
(1) The application for
review shall be by motion supported by an affidavit and
accompanied by a statement of the applicant's case,
clearly setting out and fully arguing all relevant
grounds on which the applicant relies.
(2) The motion shall be
on notice to all parties affected by the application.
Statement of respondent's case
A respondent to the
application shall, within fourteen days of the service
on him of the application file a statement of his case,
in answer, to the application, fully arguing his case.
Failure of respondent to file his statement of case
If the respondent fails
to file his statement of case within the time limit
specified in rule 57, the applicant may set down the
application for hearing with notice to the respondent.
59. Setting down date for hearing
(1) After receipt of the
statement of case of the respondent, or after fourteen
days of the service of the applicant's statement of case
on the respondent, the Registrar may set the application
down for hearing.
(2) The Court may, after the statement of the
applicant's case and of the respondent's case and any
arguments of law, decide to determine the application
and give ruling in court on a fixed date without further
arguments or may appoint a time at which the parties
shall appear before the Court for further argument in
(3) A respondent who
fails to file his statement of case within the time
limit specified in rule 57 shall not be heard in open
court, except as to the question of costs.
Any of the time limits
specified in this Part may, on application, be extended
or abridged by the Court.