Regulations 2007 No.11 of 2007 Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations
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Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations Northern Territory last published by the Australian Statistician before the date on which the applicants weekly actual loss of earnings is calculated, less a notional deduction for income tax. PART 6 - APPEALS COSTS 24. Costs allowable to legal practitioner The costs allowable to a legal practitioner for work done in an appeal are 80% of the costs allowable for the work under the Supreme Court Rules. 25. Territory's liability for appellants costs The Territory is liable to pay the costs of an appellant under Part 2, Division 6, of the Act in the following circumstances: (a) for an appeal against a decision of the Director to refuse to accept a late application notified under section 31(4) of the Act - if the Court sets aside the decision, accepts the application for an award and refers it to the Director for a decision by an assessor under Part 4, Division 4, of the Act; (b) for an appeal against a decision of the assessor notified under section 44(5) of the Act: (i) if the Court varies the decision by increasing an amount of an award; or (ii) if the Court sets aside a decision refusing to award financial assistance and substitutes a decision awarding financial assistance; (c) for an appeal for an increased award notified under section 46(9) of the Act: (i) if the Court varies the decision by further increasing an amount of an increased award; or (ii) if the Court sets aside a decision refusing to increase the award and substitutes a decision increasing the award; (d) for an appeal against a decision of the assessor requiring a refund notified under section 47(3) of the Act: (i) if the Court varies the decision by decreasing the amount to be refunded; or (ii) if the Court sets aside a decision requiring a refund. 11