—(1) An application for leave to issue a writ of execution may be made by ex parte summons in Form 86.
(2) Such an application must be supported by an affidavit —
identifying the judgment or order to which the application relates and, if the judgment or order is for the payment of money, stating the amount originally due thereunder and the amount due thereunder at the date of the application;
stating, where the case falls within Rule 2(1)(a), the reasons for the delay in enforcing the judgment or order;
stating, where the case falls within Rule 2(1)(b), the change which has taken place in the parties entitled or liable to execution since the date of the judgment or order;
stating, where the case falls within Rule 2(1)(c) or (d), that a demand to satisfy the judgment or order was made on the person liable to satisfy it and that he has refused or failed to do so; and
giving such other information as is necessary to satisfy the Court that the applicant is entitled to proceed to execution on the judgment or order in question and that the person against whom it is sought to issue execution is liable to execution on it.
(3) The Court hearing such application may grant leave in accordance with the application or may order that any issue or question, a decision on which is necessary to determine the rights of the parties, be tried in any manner in which any question of fact or law arising in an action may be tried and, in either case, may impose such terms as to costs or otherwise as it thinks just.