(1) A failure to comply with these Rules is an irregularity and does not render a proceeding or any step taken, or any document, judgment or order in the proceeding, a nullity.
(2) Subject to Rules 2.02 and 2.03, where there has been a failure to comply with these Rules, the Court may—
(a) set aside the proceeding, either wholly or in part;
(b) set aside any step taken in the proceeding, or any document, judgment or order in the proceeding;
(c) exercise its powers under these Rules to allow amendments and to make orders dealing with the proceeding generally.