(1) The applicant may apply to the court for directions as to the persons to be named as respondents to an application under rule 27.6.
(2) If the applicant does not apply, or if the court does not give directions, the applicant must name as respondents—
(a) the person who may be entitled to a grant if the applicant does not obtain the grant; and
(b) all persons who have lodged caveats under rule 27.11.
(3) A person interested in the result of an application under rule 27.6 may apply to the court to be added as a party.
(4) If the court is satisfied that the interests of the person are not already adequately represented, it may—
(a) order that the person be added; and
(b) impose conditions on the order, if necessary; and
(c) give directions as to the part that the person is to take in the hearing of the application.
Compare: 1908 No 89 Schedule 2 r 637