(1) In this Article:
(a) "procedure" is a reference to any procedure including but not limited to the making of a decision, the conduct of a hearing, the giving of a notice, and any proceeding whether a legal proceeding or not; and
(b) "procedural irregularity" includes a reference to a defect, irregularity or deficiency of notice or time.
(2) A procedure under the Law or the Rules or any other legislation administered by the DFSA is not invalidated because of any procedural irregularity unless the Court declares the procedure to be invalid.
(3) A person may apply to the Court for an order:
(a) declaring that:
(i) any act or thing purporting to have been done; or
(ii) any procedure purporting to have been commenced or undertaken,
under the Law or the Rules or any other legislation administered by the DFSA is not invalid by reason of any contravention of a provision of such Law, Rules or other legislation; or
(b) extending or abridging the period for doing any act, matter or thing or commencing or undertaking any procedure under the Law or the Rules or any other legislation administered by the DFSA;
where any such act or thing, or procedure, is essentially of a procedural nature.