If you are the winning party in a case and are entitled to costs to be assessed, you may begin the assessment proceedings by filing a Bill of Costs within 12 months from the date on which the order for costs to be assessed was made.
You will be known as the receiving party.
The losing party who may be required to pay costs to you is the paying party.
Refer to the key facts about how to file and serve a Bill of Costs.
When to file
Within 12 months from the date on which the order for costs to be assessed was made.
When to serve
Within 2 days after receiving the notice of the date and time for the assessment hearing.
You may choose to file the Bill of Costs personally or through a lawyer. If you are represented by a lawyer, the Bill of Costs will be filed by your lawyer. If you are representing yourself, you must file the documents through eLitigation at the LawNet & CrimsonLogic Service Bureau.