—(1) Unless otherwise provided in the Act or this Order, every application under the Act must be made by originating summons and these Rules shall apply subject to this Order.
(2) In the case of a winding up originating summons presented under rule 3(1)(e) of the Fifth Schedule to the Act, the Court may order the proceedings to continue as if the proceedings had been begun by writ and may, in particular, order that —
pleadings be delivered or that the originating summons or any affidavits shall stand as pleadings, with or without liberty to any of the parties to add thereto or to apply for particulars thereof;
any persons be added as parties to the proceedings; and
Order 25, Rules 2 to 7 shall, with the omission of so much of Rule 7(1) as requires parties to serve a notice specifying the orders and directions which they require and with any other necessary modifications, apply as if there had been a summons for directions in the proceedings.