—(1) Where an order is made under Rule 2 for the issue of a letter of request to the judicial authorities of a country to take, or cause to be taken, the evidence of any person in that country, paragraphs (2) to (6) shall apply.
(2) The party obtaining the order must prepare the letter of request and file it in the Registry, and the letter must be in Form 76 with such variations as the order may require.
(3) If the evidence of the person to be examined is to be obtained by means of written questions, there must be filed with the letter of request a copy of the interrogatories and cross-interrogatories to be put to him on examination.
(4) Unless the official language, or one of the official languages of the country in which the examination is to be taken is English, each document filed under paragraph (2) or (3) must be accompanied by a translation of the document in the official language of that country or, if there is more than one official language of that country, in any one of those languages which is appropriate to the place in that country where the examination is to be taken.
(5) Every translation filed under paragraph (4) must be certified by the person making it to be a correct translation; and the certificate must contain a statement of that person’s full name, of his address and of his qualifications for making the translation.
(6) The party obtaining the order must, when he files in the Registry the documents mentioned in paragraphs (2) to (5), also file in the Registry an undertaking in Form 77 signed by him or his solicitor to be responsible personally for all expenses incurred by the Minister in respect of the letter of request and, on receiving due notification of the amount of those expenses, to pay that amount to the office of that Minister and to produce a receipt for the payment to the proper officer of the Registry.