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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 90/07

Supreme Court Fees Regulations
under the
Judicature Act
(O.C. 2007-353)

Amended by:

2013 c16 s26
39/15

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 90/07

Supreme Court Fees Regulations
under the
Judicature Act
(O.C. 2007-353)

(Filed August 29, 2007 )

Under the authority of subsection 55(2) of the Judicature Act , the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following regulations.

Dated at St. John’s , August 27, 2007 .

Gary Norris
Clerk of Executive Council

REGULATIONS

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Short title

        1. These regulations may be cited as the Supreme Court Fees Regulations .

90/07 s1

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Fees

        2. A person shall pay to the Supreme Court the fee listed in the Schedule for the service set out opposite the fee.

2013 c16 s26

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Waiver of fee

      2.1 (1) A clerk, officer or employee of the Supreme Court who performs a registry function may waive a fee under these regulations in whole or in part where an individual

             (a)  requests that the fee be waived; and

             (b)  provides proof satisfactory to the clerk, officer or employee that he or she is in receipt of income support under the Income and Employment Support Act .

             (2)  A judge of the Supreme Court may waive a fee under these regulations where

             (a)  an individual requests that the fee be waived; and

             (b)  after considering the individual's financial and other circumstances, the judge is satisfied that it is appropriate to waive the fee.

39/15 s1

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Rules of the Supreme Court, 1986 Amdt.

        3. Rule 55, Appendix, paragraph J of the Rules of the Supreme Court, 1986 is repealed.

90/07 s3

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Schedule

J. - FEES TO BE TAKEN BY THE SUPREME COURT

1.

For Letters of guardianship, administration of goods not administered, administration of a shared legacy, or other second or subsequent letters for the estate of a deceased person

$50.00

2.

For every exemplification of probate or letters of administration

50.00

3.

For making copies of any will, pleading, affidavit or other document in the Registry, at the rate of $0.25 for every page or a part of a page. (Except that the Supreme Court may provide free of charge copies of the reasons for an order or judgment filed in a matter to every party to the matter; to publishers, law schools or other educational institutions whose primary objective is the dissemination of legal information; to courts and to those other persons or institutions the Supreme Court considers appropriate)

 

4.

For every search, except in the case of a party to an action while the action is pending, or for one year after its termination

20.00

5.

Upon every originating document except originating unilateral applications and applications for support

120.00

6.

With a Notice of Appeal

60.00

7.

With an execution order

30.00

8.

With an attachment order

30.00

9.

With an order of the Court

60.00

10.

For an affidavit

10.00

11.

For a certificate

30.00

12.

For a Certificate of Divorce

20.00

13.

For allowing and signing an advertisement

30.00

14.

For affixing seal to every document

10.00

15.

For transcripts of evidence or other proceedings a charge of $3.00 a page to the person requesting the transcript and a charge of $0.25 per page to each person requesting a copy.

0.25

16.

For a copy of the sound record of evidence or other proceedings a charge of $20.00 per tape.

 

17.

For each certificate of readiness

60.00

18.

For each certified copy

30.00

90/07 Sch; 2013 c16 s26; 39/15 s2