(1) Subject to section 597, the Court may at any time give one or more of the following:
(a) a direction about the matters to be inquired into at an examination;
(b) a direction about the procedure to be followed at an examination;
(c) a direction about who may be present at an examination while it is being held in private;
(d) a direction that a person be excluded from an examination, even while it is being held in public;
(e) a direction about access to records of the examination;
(f) a direction prohibiting publication or communication of information about the examination (including questions asked, and answers given, at the examination);
(g) a direction that a document that relates to the examination and was created at the examination be destroyed.
(2) The Court may give a direction under paragraph (1)(e), (f) or (g) in relation to all or part of an examination even if the examination, or that part, was held in public.
(3) A person must not contravene a direction under subsection (1).