Court of Appeal (Fees) Rules 1964

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Court of Appeal (Fees) Rules 1964

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Court of Appeal (Fees) Rules 1964

THE COURT OF APPEAL, in pursuance of Article 20 of the Court of Appeal (Jersey) Law 1961,[1] and of all other powers enabling it in this behalf, has made the following Rules –

Commencement [see endnotes]

Rule      1      ‬

The fees set out in column 2 of the Schedule to these Rules (hereinafter referred to as the “Schedule”) shall be taken in the Court of Appeal and by the Viscount and the Judicial Greffier in respect of the items set out in column 1 of the Schedule.[2]

Rule      2      ‬

The fees prescribed by these Rules shall be taken by means of stamps issued by the Treasurer of the States under the direction of the Minister for Treasury and Resources[3].

Rule3      ‬

The document to be stamped shall be the document indicated in column 3 of the Schedule.[4]

Rule      4      ‬

Every stamp used in pursuance of these Rules shall be cancelled by the officer designated in column 4 of the Schedule.[5]

Rule      5      ‬

(1)    Where a person has proceeded in the Court whose decision is appealed from under any enactment relating to proceedings by an indigent person, the fees which would otherwise have been payable by the person in the first instance in pursuance of these Rules shall not be taken.[6]

(2)    Every document presented by such a person shall, if it would otherwise have been required to have stamps affixed thereto, be marked “gratis” by the officer responsible for cancelling the stamps.

Rule6      ‬

These Rules may be cited as the Court of Appeal (Fees) Rules 1964.


(Rule 1)

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Column 4


Fee £

Document to be


1.      Service, including attempted service, by Viscount




For service or attempted service on each party required to be served


The record of service

The Viscount

2.      Setting down an appeal


The copy of the notice of appeal filed

The Judicial Greffier

3.      Applications determined by a single judge




(a)     consent order



The Judicial Greffier

(b)     contested order per half-day or part of a half-day



The Judicial Greffier

4.      Hearing appeal




(a)     Where the value of the matter in dispute does not exceed £2 million


The copy of the notice of appeal filed

The Judicial Greffier

Per half-day or part of a half-day




(b)     Where the value of the matter in dispute exceeds £2 million


The copy of the notice of appeal filed

The Judicial Greffier

Per half-day or part of a half-day





Table of Legislation History


Year and No


Court of Appeal (Fees) (Jersey) Rules 1964


5 June 1964

Court of Appeal (Fees) (Amendment) (Jersey) Rules 1977


1 December 1977

Court of Appeal (Fees) (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Rules 1989


4 April 1989

Court of Appeal (Fees) (Amendment No. 3) (Jersey) Rules 2007


1 March 2007

Court of Appeal (Fees) (Amendment No. 4) Rules 2013


4 February 2013

Table of Endnote References


chapter 07.245

[2] Rule 1

amended by R&O.35/2007


The functions of the Finance and Economics Committee were transferred to the Minister for Treasury and Resources by the States of Jersey (Transfer of Functions from Committees to Ministers) (Jersey) Regulations 2005 chapter 16.800.30

[4] Rule 3

amended by R&O.35/2007

[5] Rule 4

amended by R&O.35/2007

[6] Rule 5(1)

amended by R&O.6463

[7] Schedule

substituted by R&O.8/2013
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