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Ecclesiastical Judges and Legal Officers (Fees) Order 1991

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TABLE IFACULTY AND COURT FEES SUBSTITUTED FOR TABLE I OF THE SCHEDULE TOTHE ECCLESIASTICAL JUDGES AND LEGAL OFFICERS (FEES) ORDER 1990

Dean of the Arches, Vicar General or ChancellorRegistrar or other Officers by usage performing the duty
££

Notes:

(a)

Any other fees of the Registry in opposed cases are to be paid on the same scale as are allowed for Court fees, from time to time, in the Supreme Court of Judicature.

(b)

References to rules are references to The Faculty Jurisdiction Rules 1967 as amended by The Faculty Jurisdiction (Amendment) Rules 1987 and 1989.

1.  Archdeacon’s Certificate. Fee payable on application(rule 3(1)).

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2.  Major Faculty (being matters enumerated by the Chancellor). Fees payable on lodging Petition (rule 4(1)).

2349

3.  Minor Faculty (all other cases). Fees payable on lodging Petition (rule 4(1)).

1327

4.  Additional fees where the Judge has ordered under rule 6A that the proceedings are to be determined upon consideration of written representations, such fees, and by whom they are to be paid, to be fixed by the Judge within the limits shown.

78–13153–78

5.  On the Judge giving directions under rule 8 that an application for an Archdeacon’s Certificate is to be treated as a Petition for a Major Faculty, the applicant, if he wishes to proceed, shall pay further fees of

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6.  On the Judge giving directions under rule 8 that an application for an Archdeacon’s Certificate is to be treated as a Petition for a Minor Faculty, the applicant, if he wishes to proceed, shall pay further fees of

1311

7.  Additional fees on the Judge or registrar giving other directions (otherwise than at a hearing in respect of which fees are payable under paragraph 8 of this Table), such fees, and by whom they are to be paid, to be fixed by the Judge within the limits shown:–

(a)on a pre-trial review of the case as a whole under rule 5A(8):–

(i)directions given by Judge

50–15033–100

(ii)directions given by registrar

50–150

(b)on the giving of other directions:–

(i)directions given by Judge

20–6013–40

(ii)directions given by registrar.

20–60

8.  Additional fees where the issue, whether opposed or unopposed, whether interlocutory or final, is to be heard in Court or Chambers:–

(a)cases before the Chancellor’s Court or the Court of Arches or the Chancery Court of York:

(i)if a case lasts half a day or less

157118

(ii)if a case lasts a whole day or more than half

262197

(b)cases before the Court of Ecclesiastical Causes Reserved:

(i)if a case lasts half a day or less

66

(ii)if a case lasts a whole day or more than half

131
(fee on same scales for subsequent days)

9.  Additional fee on the Chancellor or the Presiding Judge of the Appellate Court preparing a written judgement or drafting the form of order or both, such fee to be at the hourly rate shown and in respect of the number of hours certified by the Chancellor or Presiding Judge as spent in such work, and by whom the fee is to be paid to be determined by the Court.

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10.  Preparatory and ancillary work and correspondence (if any) in relation to application for Archdeacon’s Certificate or Petition for Major or Minor Faculty–not to exceed without the sanction of the Chancellor or the Presiding Judge of the Appellate Court.

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