92. Power of the Court to control evidence

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(1) The Court may control evidence by giving directions as to the issues on which it requires evidence, the nature of the evidence which it requires to decide those issues and the way in which the evidence is to be placed before the Court.
(2) The Court may use its power under this Rule to exclude evidence that would otherwise be admissible.
(3) The Court may limit cross-examination.