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Article 2(5)

SCHEDULE 1Court of Session fees payable from 28th November 2016

TABLE OF FEES

Payable from 28th November 2016

Column 1

(Matters)

Column 2

(Fee payable)

£

Column 3

(Fee formerly

Payable)(1)

£

PART I – FEES IN THE CENTRAL OFFICE OF THE COURT
A. SIGNETING
Signeting of any writ or summons if attendance is necessary outwith normal office hours.125125
B. GENERAL DEPARTMENT
1. Appeal, application for leave or permission to appeal, summons, or other writ or step by which any cause or proceeding, other than a family action, is originated in either the Inner or Outer House (to include signeting in normal office hours).300214
2. Defences, answers or other writ (including a joint minute) or step in process or enrolment or opposition to a motion in a pending process by which a party other than an originating party first makes an appearance in a cause or proceeding, other than a family action.300214
3. Writ by which a family action is originated (other than a simplified divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership application) – inclusive fee (to include signeting within normal office hours and, if applicable, issue to the pursuer of an extract in terms of item G5(a) of this Table, and to the defender, if appropriate, a duplicate thereof).166166
4. Simplified divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership application (inclusive of all procedure other than that specified in item B5 of this Table).125125
5. In relation to a simplified divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership application, citation of any persons under rule 16.1(1)(a)(i), (ii) or (iii), as applied by rule 49.76, of the Rules of Court, or intimation to any person or persons under rule 16.1(1)(a)(i), (ii) or (iii), as applied by rule 49.76 of those Rules, where such intimation is required.£12 plus messenger at arms fee to serve document£12 plus messenger at arms fee to serve document
6. Defences, answers or other writ (including a joint minute) or step in process or enrolment of or opposition to a motion in a pending process by which a party other than an originating party first makes appearance in a family action.166166
7. Initial lodging of affidavits in a family action where proof by affidavit evidence has been allowed.7171
8. Special case—
for each party;107107
maximum fee payable (per case).435435
9. Application by minute or motion for variation of an order in a family action.3636
10. Answers or opposition to an application under item B9 of this Table.3636
11. Letter of request to a foreign court.5454
12. Citation of each jury, to include outlays incurred in citing and countermanding - payable on receipt of instruments for issue of precept.298298
13. Reclaiming motion - payable by party enrolling motion.214214
14. Closed record – payable by each party on the lodging of the closed record or, where no closed record is lodged, when mode of enquiry is determined.200107
15. Allowing proof, etc. - payable by each party on diet of proof, jury trial, procedure roll or summar roll hearing being allowed.5959

16. Court hearing (in normal hours) before a single judge – payable by each party for every 30 minutes or part thereof.

Note: This fee does not apply to the first 30 minutes of the hearing of a motion.

20096

17. Court hearing (in normal hours) before 3 or more judges – payable by each party for every 30 minutes or part thereof.

Note: This fee does not apply to the first 30 minutes of the hearing on the single bills.

500239
18. Court hearing (out of hours) before a single judge – payable by each party for every 30 minutes or part thereof.240115
19. Court hearing (out of hours) before 3 or more judges – payable by each party for every 30 minutes or part thereof.600287
20. Cancellation of court hearing before 3 or more judges, by a party or parties, within 28 days of court hearing date – fee payable is shared equally between the parties.50% of fee that would have been payable under this Table had the court hearing taken place as planned50% of fee that would have been payable under this Table had the court hearing taken place as planned
21. Fee payable by any party enrolling a motion or making a motion orally at the bar and any party opposing any such motion.10054
C. PETITION DEPARTMENT
1. Petition of whatever nature presented to the Inner or Outer House other than a petition under item C3 or C4 of this Table, whether in respect of the first or any subsequent step of process, and any application for registration or recognition of a judgment under the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982.300214
2. Additional fee payable when a petition in terms of item C1 of this Table is presented outwith normal office hours.125125
3. Petition to be admitted as a notary public—
for each applicant161161
4. Petition to be admitted as a solicitor—
for each applicant161161
5. Answers, objection or other writ (including a joint minute) or step in process or enrolment or opposition to a motion in a pending process by which a party other than an originating party first makes appearance in a proceeding to which item C1 of this Table applies.300214
6. Caveat.4848
7. No fee.--
8. Registering official copies of orders of courts in England and Wales or Northern Ireland.1818
9. Reclaiming motion – payable by party enrolling motion.214214
10. Closed record – payable by each party on the lodging of the closed record or, when no closed record is lodged, when mode of enquiry is determined.200107
11. Allowing proof, etc. – payable by each party on diet of proof, procedure roll, summar roll or judicial review hearing being allowed.5959

12. Court hearing (in normal hours) before a single judge – payable by each party for every 30 minutes or part thereof.

Note: This fee does not apply to the first 30 minutes of the hearing of a motion.

20096

13. Court hearing (in normal hours) before 3 or more judges – payable by each party for every 30 minutes or part thereof.

Note: This fee does not apply to the first 30 minutes of the hearing on the single bills.

500239
14. Court hearing (out of hours) before a single judge – payable by each party for every 30 minutes or part thereof.240115
15. Court hearing (out of hours) before 3 or more judges – payable by each party for every 30 minutes or part thereof.600287
16. Cancellation of court hearing before 3 or more judges, by a party or parties, within 28 days of court hearing date – fee payable is shared equally between parties.50% of fee that would have been payable under this Table had the court hearing taken place as planned50% of fee that would have been payable under this Table had the court hearing taken place as planned
17. Fee payable by any party enrolling a motion or making a motion orally at the bar and any party opposing any such motion.10054
18. Lodging of notice of appointment or intention to appoint an administrator out of court under the Insolvency Act 1986.300214
D. COURT FOR HEARING APPEALS RELATING TO THE REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
Appeal – inclusive fee.300214
E. ELECTION COURT
1. Parliamentary election petition.300214
2. Statement of matters.1818
3. Any other petition, application, answers or objections submitted to the court.5454
4. Certificate of judgment.5454
F. LANDS VALUATION APPEAL COURT
1. Appeal - inclusive fee.300214
2. Answers - inclusive fee.214214
G. EXTRACTS DEPARTMENT
1. Extract decree following upon a summons, petition or appeal, or after protestation of a note, whether in absence or otherwise.5959
2. Extract of admission as a solicitor.5454
3. Extract of protestation.5454
4. Certificate under the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982.5454
5. Documentation evidencing divorce, nullity or dissolution of marriage or civil partnership including—3030
(a)

extract from Consistorial Register of Decrees of decree pronounced on or after 23rd September 1975 if not issued in terms of item B3 or B4 of this Table;

(b)

certificate of divorce in decree pronounced prior to 23rd September 1975;

(c)

certified copy interlocutor in decree pronounced prior to 23rd September 1975.

6. Extract from the Register of Acts and Decrees – per sheet or part thereof.3030
7. Sealing and certifying any document for exhibition in a foreign jurisdiction or otherwise.3030
8. Acknowledgement of receipt of a notice under section 19(6) or 21(2) of the Conveyancing and Feudal Reform (Scotland) Act 1970.5454
PART II – FEES IN THE OFFICE OF THE ACCOUNTANT OF COURT
H. OFFICE OF THE ACCOUNTANT OF COURT
I. In Factories
1. Registering case and receiving and delivering up bond of caution.2222
2. Examining factor’s inventory – 0.333% of the value of the estate as disclosed
(a)

minimum fee payable;

3030
(b)

maximum fee payable.

721721
3. Auditing each account, based on estate value—
(a)

£0 - £30,000;

112112
(b)

£30,001 - £50,000;

225225
(c)

£50,001 - £250,000;

562562
(d)

£250,001 - £500,000;

845845
(e)

£500,001 and above.

1,1261,126
4. Reporting with regard to discharge, special powers, other special matters, surplus estate or scheme of division.5656
5. For certificate under seal.1717
II. In Consignations
6. Lodging consignation.3232
7. Producing or delivering up consignation, based on consignation value—
(a)

consignation value £0 - £50 and less than 7 years since lodged;

No chargeNo charge
(b)

consignation value over £50 and less than 7 years since lodged;

3232
(c)

consignation value £0 - £70 and over 7 years since lodged;

No chargeNo charge
(d)

consignation value over £70 and over 7 years since lodged.

5353
PART III – FEES IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF THE COURT OF SESSION
I. OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF THE COURT OF SESSION
1. Taxing accounts of expenses incurred in judicial proceedings (including proceedings in the High Court of Justiciary) remitted to the Auditor of the Court of Session for taxation—
(a)

on lodging account for taxation;

4343
(b)

taxing accounts for expenses etc.—

(i)

up to £400;

2020
(ii)

for every additional £100 or part thereof.

55
Note: fee to be determined by the Auditor of the Court of Session on amount of account as submitted.
2. Fee for assessing account remitted to the Auditor to determine whether an additional fee should be paid.287287
3. Fee for cancellation of diet of taxation—
(a)

where written notice of cancellation received from receiving party after 4.00 pm on the fourth working day before the day of the diet of taxation;

50% of fee that would be payable under item I1(b) of this Table50% of fee that would be payable under item I1(b) of this Table
(b)

where written notice of cancellation received from receiving party after 4.00 pm on the second working day before the day of the diet of taxation.

75% of fee that would be payable under item I1(b) of this Table75% of fee that would be payable under item I1(b) of this Table
PART IV – FEES COMMON TO ALL OFFICES
J. MISCELLANEOUS
1. Certified copy of proceedings for appeal to the Supreme Court.214214
2. Certifying of any other document (plus copying charges if necessary).1818
3. Recording, engrossing, extracting, printing or copying of all documents (exclusive of search fee)—
(a)

by photocopying or otherwise producing a printed or typed copy—

(i)

up to 10 pages;

66
(ii)

each page or part thereof in excess of 10 pages;

0.500.50
(b)

for a copy of each document in electronic form.

66
4. Any search of records or archives, per 30 minutes or part thereof.1212
In addition, correspondence fee where applicable.1212
5. Captions—
(a)

marking caption when ordered;

1212
(b)

warrant for caption when issued.

1212
6. Change of party name where more than 10 cases are registered – per case.22

Article 3(5)

SCHEDULE 2High Court of Justiciary fees payable from 28th November 2016

TABLE OF FEES

Payable from 28th November 2016

Column 1

(Matters)

Column 2

(Fee payable)

£

Column 3

(Fee formerly payable)(2)

£

1. Petitions to the nobile officium and applications for criminal letters (inclusive fee covering all steps in procedure).107107
2. Certified copy of any document other than an extract conviction.1818
3. Recording, engrossing, printing or copying of all documents (exclusive of search fee)—
(a)

by photocopying or otherwise producing a printed or typed copy—

(i)

each document, up to 10 pages;

66
(ii)

each further page or part thereof in excess of 10 pages;

0.500.50
(b)

for a copy of each document in electronic form.

66
4. Any search of records or archives, per 30 minutes or part thereof.1212
In addition, correspondence fee where applicable.1212
5. Petition for removal of disqualification from driving.8989

Article 4(4)

SCHEDULE 3Sheriff Appeal Court fees payable from 28th November 2016

TABLE OF FEES

Payable from 28th November 2016

Column 1Column 2Column 3
(Matters)

(Fee Payable)

£

(Fee Formerly Payable)(3)

£

1. Lodging of a written motion or minute and the lodging of any written opposition to any such motion or minute.

(NOTE: Where a minute is accompanied by a relevant written motion no fee is payable in respect of lodging the motion.)

4848
2. Fixing of a hearing—
(a)

under rule 7.14(3)(a) of the Sheriff Appeal Court Rules (standard appeal procedure);

5454
(b)

under rule 27.2 (accelerated appeal procedure);

54
(c)

under rule 28.13(3)(a) (application for a new jury trial);

54
(d)

under rule 29.2(2) (appeal from summary cause);

54
(e)

under rule 16.4(1) of the Simple Procedure Rules(4) (appeal from simple procedure case).

54
(NOTE: Fee is only payable by the appellant or applicant in an appeal, and only by the respondent in a cross-appeal.)
3. Lodging—
(a)

an appeal in a cause other than a summary cause or simple procedure case;

113113
(b)

a cross-appeal under rule 7.3 of the Sheriff Appeal Court Rules (cross-appeals);

113
(c)

an application under section 69 or 71 of the Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014.

113
4. Hearing fee per day or part thereof (bench of 1) for hearings—
(a)

under rule 7.14(3)(a) of the Sheriff Appeal Court Rules;

227227
(b)

under rule 27.2;

227
(c)

under rule 28.13(3)(a);

227
(d)

under rule 29.2(2);

227
(e)

under rule 16.4(1) of the Simple Procedure Rules.

227
(NOTES: This fee does not apply to the first 30 minutes of the hearing. Fee is only payable by the appellant or applicant in an appeal, and only by the respondent in a cross-appeal. Where an appeal and a cross-appeal are heard together, each party must pay fee.)
5. Hearing fee per day or part thereof (bench of 3 or more) for hearings—
(a)

under rule 7.14(3)(a) of the Sheriff Appeal Court Rules;

568568
(b)

under rule 27.2;

568
(c)

under rule 28.13(3)(a);

568
(d)

under rule 29.2(2);

568
(e)

under rule 16.4(1) of the Simple Procedure Rules.

568
(NOTES: This fee does not apply to the first 30 minutes of the hearing. Fee is only payable by the appellant or applicant in an appeal, and only by the respondent in a cross-appeal. Where an appeal and a cross-appeal are heard together, each party must pay fee.)
6. Recording, engrossing, printing or copying of all documents (exclusive of search fee)—
(a)

by photocopying or otherwise producing a printed or typed copy—

(i)

each document, up to 10 pages;

66
(ii)

each further page or part thereof in excess of 10 pages;

0.50.5
(b)

for a copy of each document in electronic form.

66
7. Any search of records or archives, per 30 minutes or part thereof.1212
In addition, correspondence fee where applicable.1212
8. Taxing accounts of expenses incurred in judicial proceedings remitted to the auditor of court for taxation—
(a)

lodging account for taxation;

4343
(b)

taxing accounts of expenses etc.—

(i)

up to £400;

2020
(ii)

for every additional £100 or part thereof.

55
(NOTE: Fee to be determined by auditor of court on amount of account as submitted.)
(c)

cancellation of diet of taxation—

(i)

where written notice of cancellation received from receiving party after 4.00 pm on the fourth working day before the day of diet of taxation;

50% of fee that would have been payable under sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph50% of fee that would have been payable under sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph
(ii)

where written notice of cancellation received from receiving party after 4.00 pm on the second working day before the day of the diet of taxation.

75% of fee that would have been payable under sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph75% of fee that would have been payable under sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph

Article 5(6)

SCHEDULE 4Sheriff court fees payable from 28th November 2016

PART 1Sheriff court

TABLES OF FEES

Payable from 28th November 2016
Column 1Column 2Column 3
(Matters)(Fee Payable)(Fee Formerly Payable)(5)
££
PART I — COMMISSARY PROCEEDINGS
1. Petition for—
(a)

appointment of executor;

1818
(b)

restriction of caution;

1818
(c)

special warrant;

1818
(d)

sealing up of repositories or the like;

1818
(e)

appointment of Commissary factor.

1818
(NOTE: the fee for all petitions in paragraph 1 includes issue of extract decree)
2. Sealing up repositories or the like, per hour.3030
3.
(a)

Receiving and examining inventory of estate, except where sub-paragraph (b) or (c) of this paragraph applies—

(i)

where the amount of the estate vested in or belonging beneficially to the deceased, of which confirmation is required, or for which resealing under the Colonial Probates Act 1892 is required does not exceed—

£50,000;No fee-(6)
£250,000;250-
(ii)

where the amount of the estate exceeds £250,000;

500-
(b)

receiving and examining additional or corrective inventory of estate or inventory of estate ad non executa

(i)

where the amount of the estate vested in or belonging beneficially to the deceased, of which confirmation is required, or for which resealing under the Colonial Probates Act 1892 is required does not exceed—

£50,000;No fee-
£250,000;250-
(ii)

where the amount of the estate exceeds £250,000;

500-
(c)

Receiving and examining inventory of estate where it is declared that confirmation is not required.

The fees payable are 50% of those specified in sub-paragraph (a) or (b) of this paragraph. If confirmation is subsequently required the remaining 50% of the fees specified in sub-paragraph (a) or (b) are payableThe fees payable are 50% of those specified in sub-paragraph (a) or (b) of this paragraph. If confirmation is subsequently required the remaining 50% of the fees specified in sub-paragraph (a) or (b) are payable
4. Commissary copying and extracting.
(1) Issuing certificate of confirmation—
(a)

if ordered when lodging inventory, each certificate;

77
(b)

if ordered subsequent to lodging inventory—

(i)

first certificate, including search fee;

1818
(ii)

each subsequent certificate.

77
(2) Copy or duplicate confirmation—1212
(a)

if ordered when lodging inventory;

(b)

if ordered subsequent to lodging inventory—

(i)

duplicate confirmation, including search fee;

2424
(ii)

each subsequent duplicate confirmation if ordered at the same time as the duplicate confirmation in head (i).

1212
(3) Certified extract confirmation and will (if any)—2424
(a)

if ordered when lodging inventory;

(b)

if ordered subsequent to lodging inventory—

3636
(i)

certified extract, including search fee;

(ii)

each subsequent certified extract if ordered at the same time as the certified extract in head (i).

2424
(4) Copy will—77
(a)

if ordered when lodging inventory;

(b)

if ordered subsequent to lodging inventory—

1818
(i)

copy will, including search fee;

(ii)

each subsequent copy will if ordered at the same time as the copy will in head (i).

77

PART II — SHERIFF COURT

PROCEEDINGS

Initial Writ
5. Initial writ in any proceedings not being proceedings for which any other paragraph of this Table prescribes a fee. (NOTE: fee covers issue of extract decree).12096
6. European Order for payment in terms of EU Regulation 1896/2006 – application for European Order for payment.12096
Divorce and dissolution of civil partners
7. Initial writ in an action of divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership (other than a simplified divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership application). (NOTE: fee covers issue of extract decree).150150
Application for simplified divorce and simplified dissolution of civil partnership120113
8. Any application (inclusive of all procedures other than those specified at paragraphs 9 and 38). (NOTE: fee covers issue of extract decree).
9. Subsequent application upon change of circumstances by party.3030
Summary warrant7171
10. Application for summary warrant.
Bankruptcy113113
11. Petition for sequestration of estates or petition for recall of award of sequestration.
12. Miscellaneous applications, including appeals under the Bankruptcy (Scotland) Act 1985 or the Bankruptcy (Scotland) Act 2016(7).5959
13. Application for the approval of composition.3636
Declarator and petitions for completion of title for the Sheriff of Chancery
14. Application for declarator and petition for completion of title to the Sheriff of Chancery.227227
15. Issue of chancery extract.107107
Summary cause/simple procedure
16. Summons for summary cause or claim form for simple procedure case (NOTE: includes European small claim procedure and fee covers issue of extract decree or issue of decision)—
(a)

actions for payment of money of £200 or less (or 250 euros for European small claims);

1818
(b)

other actions;

10078
(c)

on the marking of an appeal or the sending of an appeal form to the sheriff court.

5959
Criminal procedure3636
17. Complaint.
Road Traffic Offenders Act 19888989
18. Petition for removal of disqualification.
Miscellaneous1818
19. Application under section 4 of the Requirements of Writing (Scotland) Act 1995.
20. Caveat.3636
21. Any proceedings under section 12 or 18 of the Civil Jurisdiction and Judgments Act 1982.2424
22. Note in a liquidation or judicial factory.3636
Defender’s responses
23. First writ, reponing note, application for recall of decree or attendance to state a defence or oppose an interim order (fee payable by each defender or compearer) (NOTE: fee covers issue of extract decree)—
(a)

in proceedings to which paragraph 5 of this Table applies;

12096
(b)

in an action of divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership (other than a simplified divorce or dissolution of civil partnership).

150150
Civil court procedure
Payable by pursuer
24. Lodging of a certified copy record under the Ordinary Cause Rules (NOTE: fee payable only once in respect of a cause).113113
25. Lodging of a certified closed record under the additional procedure of the Ordinary Cause Rules.113113
26. Fixing, allocating or assigning of a proof, a debate or a hearing in a summary or miscellaneous application on the merits of the cause.5454
27. For each day or part thereof of proof, debate or hearing in a summary or miscellaneous application on the merits of the cause (NOTE: not payable if the proof, debate or hearing does not proceed on that day).227227
28. Initial lodging of affidavits in a family action where proof by affidavit evidence has been allowed.6666
Payable by any party (including pursuer)
29. Lodging of a written motion or minute and the lodging of any written opposition to any such motion or minute (NOTE: where a minute is accompanied by a relevant written motion no fee is payable in respect of lodging the motion).4848
30. Marking an appeal to the sheriff principal in any proceedings (other than as provided for in paragraph 16(c) of this Table).113113
Sheriff court books2424
31. Recording protest of a bill or promissory note (NOTE: Extracts to be charged as in paragraph 36 of this Table).
32. Preservation of deeds, each deed (NOTE: This includes recording and engrossing. If extracts are required, a separate fee is to be charged as in paragraph 36 of this Table).1212
Miscellaneous office procedures7171
33. Lodging each set of plans or other Parliamentary deposit.
34. Inspection of report of auction and the auditor of court’s report.1818
35. Search and report service as instructed by a trade protection society, licensed credit reference agency or trade publication of protests of relevant court records as appropriately included in the Ordinary Cause Rules, with the fees below payable in advance—346346
weekly for 12 months.
36. Recording, engrossing, extracting, printing or copying of all documents, except as provided for at paragraph 4 of this Table (exclusive of search fee)—
(a)

by photocopying or otherwise producing a printed or typed copy—

(i)

up to 10 pages;

66
(ii)

each page or part thereof in excess of 10 pages;

0.500.50
(b)

for a copy of each document in electronic form.

66
(NOTE: Recording in Sheriff Court Register of Deeds to be charged as in paragraph 31.)
37. Any search of records or archives, except as provided for at paragraph 4 of this Table, per 30 minutes or part thereof.—1212
In addition, correspondence fee where applicable.1212
38. Citation of, or intimation to, any person or persons by sheriff officer as instructed by the sheriff clerk.12 plus sheriff officer’s fee12 plus sheriff officer’s fee
PART III — AUDITOR OF COURT
39. Taxing accounts of expenses incurred in judicial proceedings remitted to the auditor of court for taxation—
(a)

lodging account for taxation.

4343
(b)

taxing accounts of expenses etc.—

2020
(i)

up to £400;

(ii)

for every additional £100 or part thereof.

55
(NOTE: Fee to be determined by auditor of court on amount of account as submitted.)
(c)

cancellation of diet of taxation—

50% of fee that would have been payable under sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph50% of fee that would have been payable under sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph
(i)

where written notice of cancellation received from receiving party after 4.00 pm on the fourth working day before the day of diet of taxation;

(ii)

where written notice of cancellation received from receiving party after 4.00 pm on the second working day before the day of the diet of taxation.

75% of fee that would have been payable under sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph75% of fee that would have been payable under sub-paragraph (b) of this paragraph

PART 2Sheriff Personal Injury Court

Payable from 28th November 2016

Column 1Column 2Column 3
(Matters)(Fee Payable)(Fee Formerly Payable)(8)
££
1. Lodging of a written motion or minute and the lodging of any written opposition to any such motion or minute. (NOTE: where a minute is accompanied by a relevant written motion no fee is payable in respect of lodging the motion.)5454
2. Fixing, allocating or assigning of a proof or trial, a debate or a hearing on the merits of the cause5959
3. Hearing fee: per 30 minutes or part thereof.7777
4. Lodging a certified copy closed record. (NOTE: fee payable only once in respect of a cause).107107
5. Initial writ. (NOTE: fee covers issue of extract decree).214214
6. Lodging defences (fee payable by each defender or compearer). (NOTE: fee covers issue of extract decree).214214

7. Citation of a civil jury.

(NOTE: includes outlays incurred in citing and countermanding, and is payable on the lodging of a proposed issue for jury trial.)

298298
8. Certified copy of a document1818

Article 6(5)

SCHEDULE 5Justice of the Peace Court fees payable from 28th November 2016

TABLE OF FEES

Payable from 28th November 2016

Column 1Column 2Column 3
(Matters)(Fee Payable)(Fee Formerly Payable)(9)
££
1. Application for utility warrants.1111
2. Recording, engrossing, printing or copying of all documents (exclusive of search fee)—
(a)

by photocopying or otherwise producing a printed or typed copy—

(i)

each document, up to 10 pages;

66
(ii)

each further page or part thereof in excess of 10 pages;

0.50.5
(b)

for a copy of a document in electronic form.

66
3. Any search of records or archives, per 30 minutes or part thereof.1212
In addition, correspondence fee where applicable.1212
4. Petition for removal of disqualification from driving.8989
(1)

Column 3 shows the fees which were payable by virtue of schedule 2 of S.S.I. 2015/261 immediately before the coming into force of this schedule.

(2)

Column 3 shows the fees which were payable by virtue of schedule 2 of S.S.I. 2015/262 immediately before the coming into force of this schedule.

(3)

Column 3 shows the fees which were payable by virtue of schedule 2 of S.S.I. 2015/379 immediately before the coming into force of this schedule.

(4)

The Simple Procedure Rules are in schedule 1 of S.S.I. 2016/200, as amended by S.S.I. 2016/315.

(5)

Column 3 shows the fees which were payable by virtue of Part 1 of schedule 2 of S.S.I. 2015/264 immediately before the coming into force of this schedule.

(6)

A different fee structure for item 3 has previously been applicable.

(8)

Column 3 shows the fees which were payable by virtue of Part 2 of schedule 2 of S.S.I. 2015/264 immediately before the coming into force of this schedule.

(9)

Column 3 shows the fees which were payable by virtue of schedule 2 of S.S.I. 2015/263 immediately before the coming into force of this schedule.

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