—(1) On the application of any party to a cause or matter, the Court may make an order for the detention, custody or preservation of any property which is the subject-matter of the cause or matter, or as to which any question may arise therein, or for the inspection of any such property in the possession of a party to the cause or matter.
(2) For the purpose of enabling any order under paragraph (1) to be carried out, the Court may by the order authorise any person to enter upon any immovable property in the possession of any party to the cause or matter.
(3) Where the right of any party to a specific fund is in dispute in a cause or matter, the Court may, on the application of a party to the cause or matter, order the fund to be paid into Court or otherwise secured.
(4) An order under this Rule may be made on such terms, if any, as the Court thinks just.
(5) An application for an order under this Rule must be made by summons.
(6) Unless the Court otherwise directs, an application by a defendant for such an order may not be made before he enters an appearance.