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2.†Parliamentary agent, attorney, or solicitor not to sue for costs until one month after delivery of his bill. Evidence of delivery of bill. Power to judge to authorize action before expiration of one month.
8. †On application of party chargeable, or on application of parliamentary agent, attorney, or solicitor, the taxing officer to tax the bill. No application to be entertained by taxing officer after judgmentobtained.
9. Taxing Officer to report to the clerk of the Parliaments. If either party complain of report, they may deposit a memorial, and the clerk of the Parliaments may require a further report. If no memorial deposited, clerk of the Parliaments may issue certificate of the amount found due.
10. Taxing officer of either House may tax costs not otherwise taxable under the Act by virtue of which any bill shall be taxed; and may request other officers to assist him. Such officers to have the same powers as in taxing other costs.
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