1. A party against whom a decision by default has been given may lodge an Application to set aside that decision within one month of service of the decision.
2. The Application to set aside a decision by default shall contain the party’s explanation for the default. It shall mention the date and number of the decision by default. The party shall pay a fee for the Application to set aside the decision by default, in accordance with Part 6. In the case of Rule 355.1(a)  the Application shall be accompanied by the step the party has failed to take.
3. If the provisions of paragraph 2 are met the Application shall be allowed unless a party has been put on notice in an earlier decision that a further decision by default shall be final. If the Application is allowed, a note of allowanc
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1. Upon request a decision by default may be given against a party where:
(a) the Rules of Procedure so provide if a party fails to take a step within the time limit foreseen in these Rules or set by the Court; or