247. Court may order act to be done at expense of disobedient party

(1) In this Rule "disobedient party" means a party who has not complied with a mandatory order, an injunction or a judgment or order for the specific performance of a contract.
(2) Subject to paragraph (4), if a mandatory order, an injunction or a judgment or order for the specific performance of a contract is not complied with, the Court may direct that the act required to be done, so far as practicable, be done by another person, being the party who obtained the judgment or order or by some other person appointed by the Court.
(3) Where paragraph (2) applies, the costs to another person of doing the act will be borne by the disobedient party.
(4) Upon the act being done, the expenses incurred may be ascertained in such manner as the Court directs and execution may issue against the disobedient party for the amount so ascertained and for costs.
(5) Paragraph (3) does not affect the Court's powers under section 96 of the Regulations to punish the disobedient party for contempt of court.