(1) This Rule applies where the Court by subpoena or otherwise makes an order in any proceeding for the attendance of a natural person—
(a) for the purpose of giving evidence;
(b) for the production of any document or thing;
(c) to answer a charge of contempt; or
(d) for any other purpose—
and after service of the order the person defaults in attendance in accordance with the order.
(2) In the circumstances referred to in paragraph (1) the Court may—
(a) make an order for the issue of a warrant to the sheriff or such other person as the Court may appoint for the arrest of the person in default and for that person's production before the Court or before an examiner or other person for the purpose of the proceeding and for that person's detention in custody in the meantime; and
(b) order the person in default to pay any costs and expenses occasioned by the default.