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Order to legal practitioner as to length and costs of trial 

    (1)     A court may make an order directing a legal practitioner acting for a party

        (a)     to prepare a memorandum setting out—

              (i)     the estimated length of the trial; and

              (ii)     the estimated costs and disbursements in relation to the trial; and

              (iii)     in the case of a memorandum to be given to a party, the estimated costs that that party would have to pay to any other party if the party is unsuccessful at trial; and

        (b)     to give the memorandum, as specified in the order to—

              (i)     the court; or

              (ii)     a party; or

              (iii)     both the court and any party.

    (2)     An order under subsection (1) may be made at any time in a civil proceeding.

S. 65B inserted by No. 62/2012 s. 6.

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