1. The Court may order that a witness be heard in person:
(a) of its own motion;
(b) where a written witness statement is challenged by the other party; or
(c) on an Application for the hearing of a witness in person [Rule 176]. 
2. An order of the Court summoning a witness to the oral hearing shall in particular indicate:
(a) the name, address and description of the witness;
(b) the date and place of the oral hearing;
(c) an indication of the facts of the action about which the witness is to be examined;
(d) information about the reimbursement of expenses incurred by the witness;
(e) a statement that the witness will be questioned by the Court and the parties; and
(f) the language of the proceedings and the possibility of arranging simultaneous interpretation betw
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Subject to the orders of the Court referred to in Rules 104(e) and 112.2(b) a party seeking to offer oral witness evidence shall make an Application for the hearing of a witness in person which shall set out:
(a) the reasons why the witness should be heard in person;
(b) the facts which the party expects the witness to confirm; and
(c) the language in which the witness shall give evidence.