(1) If the Registrar has notified the parties interested in a bill that a taxing officer is to tax the bill, a party on whom the bill has been served and who wants to object to any item of the bill must file and serve on the parties interested in the bill a notice of objection, in accordance with Form 130, that:
(a) identifies each item or part of an item to which objection is taken; and
(b) states, briefly but specifically:
(i) why the item or part of the item should be disallowed; and
(ii) the amount by which it is contended the item should be reduced; and
(iii) any authority on which the party relies.
(2) The notice of objection must be filed and served on the parties interested in the bill not later than 14 days before the date appointed for taxing the bill.
Note: Party interested in the bill is defined in the Dictionary.