(1) A party who objects to the accounts submitted by a receiver may serve written notice on the receiver:
(a) specifying the items to which objection is taken; and
(b) requiring the receiver to file the receiver's accounts with the court within a specified period that is at least 14 days after the notice is served.
(2) The court may examine the items to which objection is taken.
(3) The court:
(a) must, by order, declare the result of an examination under subrule (2); and
(b) may make an order for the costs and expenses of a party or the receiver.