—(1) No deposition taken in any cause or matter shall be received in evidence at the trial of the cause or matter unless —
the deposition was taken in pursuance of an order under Order 39, Rule 1; and
either the party against whom the evidence is offered consents or it is proved to the satisfaction of the Court that the deponent is dead, or beyond the jurisdiction of the Court or unable from sickness or other infirmity to attend the trial.
(2) A party intending to use any deposition in evidence at the trial of a cause or matter must, at a reasonable time before the trial, give notice of his intention to do so to the other party.
(3) A deposition purporting to be signed by the person before whom it was taken shall be receivable in evidence without proof of the signature being the signature of that person.