Where a party is a protected party1 and money is ordered or agreed to be paid to, or for the benefit of, that party or money is ordered to be paid by him or on his behalf, the general rule is that the court must order a detailed assessment of the costs2 payable by, or out of money belonging to, any party who is a protected party3. On such an assessment the court must also assess any costs payable to that party in the proceedings, unless the court has issued a default costs certificate in relation to those costs4
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