This section provides detailed information on fees and forms applicable to Supreme Court cases. The following table summarizes the fees payable to the Supreme Court (General Division) in civil cases as of July 1, 2022. No fees are payable in criminal proceedings or appeals under the Criminal Appeals Act 2004. A full copy of the Supreme Court (Fees) Regulations 2002 and the Supreme Court Amendment (Fees) Regulations 2015 (No. 2) are available from State Law Publisher. provided on an ongoing basis (transcript will be delivered periodically during the day or after the day of the procedure) *Please note that personal cheques are not accepted. Copy of reasons for judgment – No more than 10 pages within 4 days (after the day the fee was paid). Payment can be made in cash, bank check, money order, Visa, Mastercard or EFTPOS. Cheques and money orders must be issued to the Supreme Court of Western Australia. * The additional $3 is a payment to the Contenders` Fund, which is to be made only on the basis of pleadings. It is not part of the Supreme Court`s fee.

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