30. Postponement. No case may be postponed solely by the consent of the parties or by reason of their absence. If this occurs, the case is struck from the roll.
A case which has been once postponed at the request of any party and for which the parties are still not ready when the case re-appears on the roll for hearing is struck from the roll, and may not re-appear again unless the Chief Justice or the Judge designated by the Chief Justice, after receiving a written application, orders otherwise.
Decision 2016-05-20, s. 30.