(1) On the examination the party examined shall be questioned by or on behalf of the examining party and no questions shall be asked of the party examined by that party's own counsel or solicitor.
(2) The examination shall be in the nature of an examination-in-chief of the party examined by the examining party.
(3) The party examined shall answer each question asked of that party unless it may be objected to on any of the grounds referred to in Rule 30.07, and that Rule, with any necessary modification, shall apply as if the examination were an examination of the party by written interrogatories.
(4) Where the party examined answers a question, the party shall answer in accordance with Rules 30.05 and 30.06(1), and those Rules, with any necessary modification, shall apply as if the examination were an examination of the party by written interrogatories.
(5) A question may be answered by the counsel or solicitor for the party examined, and the answer shall be taken to be the answer of the party.
(6) Where Rule 30.05(1)(e) applies, the examiner may adjourn the examination to enable the party examined to make the inquiries referred to in that Rule.