(1) A judgment for the delivery of goods and a judgment for the delivery of goods or the payment of their assessed value may be enforced by one or more of the following means—
(a) warrant of delivery; and
(b) where Rule 66.05 applies, and subject to Rule 66.10—
(i) committal; and
(2) The warrant of delivery shall, as the judgment requires, be for—
(a) the delivery of the goods; or
(b) the delivery of the goods or recovery of their assessed value.
(3) A warrant of delivery may include provision for enforcing the payment of money required to be paid by the judgment and money recoverable under section 107(1) of the Service and Execution of Process Act 1992 of the Commonwealth.
(4) A judgment for the payment of the assessed value of goods may be enforced by the same means as any other judgment for the payment of money except a judgment for the payment of money into court.