(1) Where a court is satisfied in the circumstances of a particular case that:
(a) the provisions of the Act, these Regulations and the applicable Rules of Court do not make adequate provision for practice and procedure; or
(b) a difficulty arises or doubt exists as to practice and procedure;
the court may give such directions with respect to the practice and procedure to be followed in the case as the court considers necessary.
(3) Directions under this regulation shall be directed to providing a speedy and inexpensive hearing of the matters in issue between the parties and shall be consistent with these Regulations and the applicable Rules of Court.