1. If the language of the proceedings before the Court of Appeal is not the language of the proceedings before the Court of First Instance, the judge-rapporteur may order the appellant to lodge, within a time period to be specified, translations into the language of the proceedings before the Court of Appeal of:
(a) written pleadings and other documents lodged by the parties before the Court of First Instance, as specified by the judge-rapporteur;
(b) decisions or orders of the Court of First Instance.
The judge-rapporteur shall at the same time inform the appellant that if the appellant fails to lodge the translations within the time period specified, a decision by default may be given in accordance with Rule 357. 
2. If the appellant fails to lodge the translations under paragraph
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1. Rules 355 and 356 shall apply -, in particular where a respondent on whom a Statement of appeal and a Statement of the grounds of appeal have been duly served fails to lodge a Statement of response or where a party fails to file a Reply to a Statement of Cross-Appeal or translations ordered by the judge-rapporteur.
2. When considering whether to give a decision by default, the Court of Appeal may consider the merits of the appeal.
3. Rules 355 and 356 shall apply mutatis mutandis where the appellant fails to correct the deficiencies or to pay the fee pursuant to Rule 229.4 or to lodge the translations pursuant to Rule 232.1 within the period specified.