—(1) An application for a restraint order under rule 7(1) of the Schedule or for a charging order under rule 8(1) of that Schedule (to either of which may be joined an application for the appointment of a receiver) must be filed and served with a supporting affidavit which must —
state, where applicable, that judicial proceedings have been instituted in a prescribed foreign country and have not been concluded, and the grounds for believing that a foreign confiscation order may be made in those proceedings;
contain full particulars of the property in respect of which the order is sought and specify the person or persons holding such property, as the deponent is, to the best of his knowledge, able to provide; and
in a case to which rule 6(2) of the Schedule applies, indicate when it is intended that judicial proceedings should be instituted in the prescribed foreign country.
(2) [Deleted by S 806/2005]
(3) The originating summons must be entitled in the matter of the defendant, naming him, and in the matter of the Act, and all subsequent documents in the matter must be so entitled.
(4) Unless the Court otherwise directs, the supporting affidavit may contain statements of information or belief with the sources and grounds thereof.