—(1) Where in any proceedings a document is required to be served personally on any person and that person is a person under disability, this Rule shall apply.
(2) Subject to this Rule and to Order 24, Rule 16(3), and Order 26, Rule 6(3), the document must be served —
in the case of a patient, on the person (if any) who is authorised under the Act to conduct in the name of the patient or on his behalf the proceedings in connection with which the document is to be served or, if there is no person so authorised, on the person with whom he resides or in whose care he is,
and must be served in the manner required by these Rules with respect to the document in question.
(3) Notwithstanding anything in paragraph (2), the Court may order that a document which has been, or is to be, served on the person under disability or on a person other than a person mentioned in that paragraph shall be deemed to be duly served on the person under disability.
(4) A judgment or order requiring a person to do, or refrain from doing any act, a summons for the committal of any person, and a subpoena against any person, must, if that person is a person under disability, be served personally on him unless the Court otherwise orders.
This paragraph shall not apply to an order for interrogatories or for discovery or inspection of documents.