(1) This rule applies if—(a) an enforcement hearing summons requires an enforcement debtor to complete and return a statement of financial position in the approved form; and(b) the enforcement debtor or the person to whom the summons is directed fails, without lawful excuse, to return the completed statement of financial position.
(2) This rule also applies if a person summoned or subpoenaed to attend an enforcement hearing—(a) attends before the court and without lawful excuse—(i) refuses to be sworn or to affirm; or(ii) refuses to answer a question put to the person that the court directs be answered; or(iii) fails to give an answer to the court’s satisfaction; or(iv) fails or refuses to produce the documents or things stated in the summons; or(b) fails or refuses to attend at the time and place stated in the summons or subpoena.
(3) The court may treat the person’s refusal or failure as a contempt of court.
(4) In this rule—
"lawful excuse" includes a lawful claim of privilege.