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7. Where any work is carried out in the preparation for or conduct of the proceedings and that work could more economically have been done by instructing a local solicitor, only such fees and outlays shall be allowed as would have been allowable if a local solicitor had been instructed, including reasonable fees for instructing and corresponding with him, unless it was reasonable in the interests of the client that the solicitor in charge of the proceedings, or a solicitor or clerk authorised by him, should attend personally.