—(1) In any matter of practice or procedure for which no specific provision has been made by this Act or the rules, the procedure and practice for the time being in use or in force in the Supreme Court shall, as nearly as may be, be followed and adopted.
(2) Where in respect of any matter of practice or procedure it is not possible to apply subsection (1), the court may make such orders and give such directions as are likely to secure substantial justice between the parties.
12. The court may at any time adjourn any proceedings before it upon such terms, if any, as it may think fit.
13. The court may at any time amend any written process or proceedings upon such terms, if any, as it may think fit.
14. Where by this Act or the rules the time for doing any act or thing is limited, the court may extend the time, either before or after the expiration thereof, upon such terms, if any, as it may think fit.
15. Subject to the rules, the court may in any matter take the whole or any part of any evidence either orally or by interrogatories or upon affidavit or by commission abroad.