(1) The Court may in any proceeding make an order for—
(a) the attendance of any person for the purpose of being examined;
(b) the attendance of any person and production by the person of any document or thing specified or described in the order; or
(c) the production by any corporation of any document or thing specified or described in the order.
(2) An order under paragraph (1) may be made for attendance before or production to the Court or any officer of the Court, examiner, special referee, arbitrator or other person authorised to take evidence.
(3) An order under paragraph (1) shall not operate to require the person against whom the order is made to produce any document which the person could properly object to produce on the ground of privilege.