—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), the debtor who has been served with a statutory demand may —
within 14 days; or
where the demand was served outside jurisdiction, within 21 days,
from the date on which the demand is served or deemed in accordance with these Rules to be served on him, apply to court by way of originating summons for an order setting aside the statutory demand.
(2) No appearance need be entered to an originating summons under this rule.
(3) The court may, upon the application of the debtor, allow the debtor an extension of time to make his application to set aside the statutory demand.
(4) Unless the court otherwise orders, the time limited for the debtor to comply with the statutory demand shall cease to run as from the date on which the application is filed in court.
(5) The application shall be supported by an affidavit —
specifying the date on which the statutory demand came into the debtor’s hands;
stating the grounds on which the statutory demand should be set aside; and
exhibiting a copy of the statutory demand.
(6) The application and the affidavit in support shall be filed at the same time and shall be served on the creditor within 3 days from the date of filing.