(1) A statement in answer to interrogatories must comply with this rule, unless the court otherwise orders.
(2) The statement must specifically—(a) answer the substance of each interrogatory; or(b) object to answering each interrogatory.
(3) An answer must be given directly and without evasion or resort to technicality.
(4) An objection must—(a) specify the grounds of the objection; and(b) briefly state the facts on which the objection is made.
(5) This rule does not apply to an interrogatory to which an order under rule 234 (a) applies.
(6) However, if rule 234 (b) applies to an interrogatory, the statement must deal with the interrogatory to the extent the person is required to answer it.