Where the petitioner:
(1) is subsequently found not to have been entitled to present the petition; or
(2) consents to withdraw the petition or to allow it to be dismissed;
(3) consents to an adjournment;
(4) fails to appear in support of the petition when it is called on in court on the day originally fixed for the hearing, or on a day to which it is adjourned; or
(5) appears, but does not apply for an order in the terms of the petition1,
the court may, on such terms as it thinks just, substitute as petitioner a person who:
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