Lawyers and Conveyancers Act (Lawyers: Complaints Service and Standards Committees) Regulations 2008

29 Complaints relating to bills of costs
  • If a complaint relates to a bill of costs rendered by a lawyer or an incorporated law firm, unless the Standards Committee to which the complaint is referred determines that there are special circumstances that would justify otherwise, the Committee must not deal with the complaint if the bill of costs—

    • (a) was rendered more than 2 years prior to the date of the complaint; or

    • (b) relates to a fee that does not exceed $2,000, exclusive of goods and services tax.