(1) A party may apply for an order:
(a) that a party comply with rule 13.27 and answer, or further answer, a specific question served on the party under rule 13.26;
(b) determining the extent to which a question must be answered;
(c) requiring a party to state specific grounds of objection;
(d) determining the validity of an objection; or
(e) that a party who has not answered, or who has given an insufficient answer, to a specific question be required to attend court to be examined.
(2) In considering whether to make an order under subrule (1), the court may take into account whether:
(a) the requesting party is unlikely, at the trial, to have another reasonably simple and inexpensive way of proving the matter sought to be obtained by the specific questions;
(b) answering the questions will cause unacceptable delay or undue expense; and
(c) the specific questions are relevant to an issue in the case.