48. Court assistance in taking evidence
(1) The arbitral tribunal or a party with the approval of the arbitral tribunal may request from the Court, or any competent court, assistance in taking evidence, which shall include assistance with:
(a) the examination of witnesses, either orally or in writing;
(b) the production of documents;
(c) the inspection, photographing, recording, preservation, custody or detention of any property; and
(d) the taking of samples of any property and the carrying out of any experiment on or with any property.
(2) The Court, or any competent court, may execute the request under subsection (1) within its competence and according to its rules on taking evidence.
(3) Sections 30(2), (3) and (6) apply to this section mutatis mutandis.