The Court may make a search order if the Court is satisfied that:
(a) an applicant seeking the order has a strong prima facie case on an accrued cause of action; and
(b) the potential or actual loss or damage to the applicant will be serious if the search order is not made; and
(c) there is sufficient evidence in relation to a respondent that:
(i) the respondent possesses important evidentiary material; and
(ii) there is a real possibility that the respondent might destroy such material or cause it to be unavailable for use in evidence in a proceeding or anticipated proceeding before the Court.