—(1) A party may with the leave of the Court put to an expert instructed by another party written questions about his report.
(2) An application for leave to put questions to an expert about his report must be made within 14 days of service of the expert’s affidavit exhibiting his report, or such longer period as the Court may allow.
(3) Written questions under paragraph (1) must be for the purpose only of clarification of the report.
(4) An expert’s answers to written questions put to him under paragraph (1) shall be in writing and provided within such time as the Court may direct and shall be treated as part of the expert’s report.
(5) Where a party has put a question to an expert instructed by another party in accordance with this Rule and the expert does not answer the question or does not, in the opinion of the Court, answer the question adequately within the time provided, the Court may make such order as it thinks just, including all or any of the following:
that the party who instructed the expert may not rely on the evidence of that expert;
that the party who instructed the expert may not recover the costs of that expert from any other party; or
that the expert is to answer or (as the case may be) provide a further and better answer to the question.