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Practice and Procedure    


These key resources outline district court procedures:
 

Other commonly used resources are:


Professional costs

Professional costs that apply to civil proceedings in the district court are located in Schedule 2 of the Legal Profession Regulation 2005.


Costs in criminal cases

A claim may be made in certain circumstances where a defendant in criminal proceedings is acquitted or discharged. More information and the forms are available from the Justice website.


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