12.26.1 This rule applies if—
(a) a plaintiff claims relief by way of the recovery of chattels; and
(b) the defendant has not within the time allowed served a response or information capsule or filed a statement of defence, or the defendant's response or information capsule or statement of defence is limited to part only of the chattels claimed.
12.26.2 When this rule applies, the plaintiff may seal judgment—
(a) that the plaintiff recover possession of the chattels claimed, or any of them to which the defendant's response or information capsule or statement of defence does not apply, or the value of the chattels; and
(b) for the costs of the proceeding up to the date of sealing judgment.
12.26.3 The plaintiff may have the proceeding tried for the purpose of assessing the value of any chattels if the possession of the chattels was claimed but not recovered.
Compare: SR 1992/109 r 465