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Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Current version for 9 April 2020 to date (accessed 2 June 2020 at 06:14)
24.9 Conduct of examination
(cf SCR Part 27, rule 5; DCR Part 25, rule 10)
(1) The examiner must permit the parties to attend the examination, together with their barristers and solicitors.(2) Subject to this Part, the proceedings before the examiner are to be in accordance with the procedure of the court.(3) Unless the court orders otherwise—(a) a person who is examined before an examiner may be cross-examined and re-examined, and(b) the examination, cross-examination and re-examination of such a person are to be conducted in the same way as at a trial.(4) The examiner may put any question to a person being examined—(a) as to the meaning of any answer made by that person, or(b) as to any matter arising in the course of the examination.(5) The examiner may adjourn the examination from time to time or from place to place.