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Contents (2011 - 37)
Workers Compensation Regulation 2010
Repealed version for 30 June 2016 to 31 August 2016 (accessed 17 July 2018 at 02:14)
130   Certificate as to determination
(1)  On making a determination, the Registrar is to issue to each party a certificate that sets out the determination.
(2)  The Registrar may issue more than one certificate in relation to an application for costs assessment. Such certificates may be issued at the same time or at different stages of the assessment process.
(3)  In the case of an amount of costs that has been paid, the amount (if any) by which the amount paid exceeds the amount specified in any such certificate may be recovered as a debt in a court of competent jurisdiction.
(4)  In the case of an amount of costs that has not been paid, the certificate is, on the filing of the certificate in the office or registry of a court having jurisdiction to order the payment of that amount of money, and with no further action, taken to be a judgment of that court for the amount of unpaid costs, and the rate of any interest payable in respect of that amount of costs is the rate of interest in the court in which the certificate is filed.
(5)  For this purpose, the amount of unpaid costs does not include the costs incurred by the Registrar in the course of a costs assessment.
(6)  To avoid any doubt, this clause applies to or in respect of both the assessment of costs referred to in Subdivision 2 of this Division (practitioner/client costs) and the assessment of costs referred to in Subdivision 3 of this Division (party/party costs).
(7)  If the costs of the Registrar are payable by a party to the assessment (as referred to in clause 132), the Registrar may refuse to issue a certificate relating to his or her determination under this clause until the costs of the Registrar have been paid.
(8)  Subclause (7) does not apply in respect of a certificate issued before the completion of the assessment process under subclause (2).