All judgments shall be entered at 10:00 a.m. on the next business day following the court's decision after hearing or trial, or following the entry of default or dismissal, as the case may be, provided that (1) in the case of a default, said default is not removed prior thereto, (2) in the case of a finding pursuant to G.L. c. 239, § 8A that the tenant owes rent, judgment shall be entered in accordance with that statute, and (3) where a default is pending no judgment shall be entered unless the following prerequisites are met:
(i) The plaintiff shall file an affidavit made by a competent person, on the affiant's own knowledge, setting forth facts showing that the defendant is not a person in military service as defined in Article I of the "Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act" of 1940, as amended, except upon order of the court in accordance with the Act.
(ii) Where the complaint sets forth a claim for rent and/or use and occupation, the plaintiff shall file an affidavit stating the aggregate amount of payments, if any, which have been made subsequent to the date of the commencement of the action on account of such amount claimed.
(iii) The clerk shall review the documents filed with the court. No judgment by default shall enter against any defendant where it appears from such review that the summons was not properly completed, served or returned, that the complaint was not properly completed or served, or that the other documents required to be filed with the court pursuant to Rule 2(d) have not been filed.