(1) A party who files a bill, and any party who might be affected by any objection to the bill, must file and serve a notice of response, in accordance with Form 131, stating:
(a) whether each objection to an item or part of an item is admitted or opposed;
(b) for each objection that is opposed--briefly but specifically:
(i) why the item or part of the item should be allowed; and
(ii) why the objection should be dismissed; and
(iii) any authority on which the party relies.
(2) The notice of response must be filed and served on any party who has given a notice of objection or notice of response within 5 days before the date appointed for taxing the bill.
Note: Party interested in the bill is defined in the Dictionary.