PART 14Costs (continued)
Marginal note:Factors to be considered — general
111 (1) When deciding whether award of costs under subrule 110(2), the Tribunal must consider the following factors:
(a) whether a party has acted in bad faith;
(b) whether a party has failed to comply with an order of the Tribunal; or
(c) whether a party has refused a reasonable offer to settle.
Marginal note:Factors to be considered — claimant
(2) When deciding whether to award costs to the claimant under subrule 110(2), the Tribunal must also consider the following factors:
(a) whether the claimant’s costs are reasonably incurred but are disproportionate to the amount of compensation awarded; and
(b) whether the issues in relation to the specific claim are complex or contain elements that are of general public importance.
Coming into Force
112 These Rules come into force on the day on which they are registered.
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