(1) This rule applies to a person entitled to costs who:
(a) has served an itemised costs account under rule 19.21; and
(b) has not received a Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account under rule 19.23.
(2) A Registrar may make a costs assessment order if the person has filed:
(a) a copy of the itemised costs account; and
(b) an affidavit stating:
(i) when the itemised costs account was served on the person liable to pay the costs;
(ii) the amount (if any) that has been received or credited for the costs;
(iii) that the person liable to pay the costs has not served a Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account under rule 19.23; and
(iv) that the time for serving a Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account has passed.
(3) If a costs assessment order is made under subrule (2), the person entitled to costs must serve a copy of the order on the person liable to pay costs.
(4) A cost assessment order under this rule has the force and effect of an order of the court.