Schedule of Fees (effective July 1, 2015)

Pursuant to section 75 of the Law Society Act, 1999, SNL 1999, c. L-9.1, the Registrar of the Supreme Court collects an additional $3 fee whenever a solicitor issues a statement of claim, originating application or interlocutory application. This fee is set by the Minister of Justice and Public Safety and is collected on behalf of and remitted to the Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Affixing Seal of the Court
  • Civil Subpoena
  • Notice of Examination
  • Third Party Notice
$ 10.00
Certificate $ 30.00
Certificate of Readiness $ 60.00
Certified Copy $ 30.00
Civil Notice of Appeal $ 60.00
Divorce Certificate $ 20.00
Divorce Judgment/Corollary Relief Judgment $ 60.00
Exemplification of Letters of Probate or Administration $ 50.00
Interlocutory Applications (I.P. and E.P.) And Originating Applications (E.P.) $ 10.00
Letters of Guardianship $ 50.00
Letters of Administration, DBN $ 50.00
Letters of Administration, CTA DBN $ 50.00
Letters of Probate, Administration or Resealing (not exceeding $1000)
  • add $0.60 for each additional $100 above $1,000*
$ 60.00
Orders (except default-which has no fee) $ 60.00
Originating Application for Divorce
(Includes $10.00 Central Registry of Divorce Proceedings fee)
$ 130.00
Originating Application – Property $ 120.00
Photocopying $ 0.25/page
Search $ 20.00
Statement of Claim and Originating Application (I.P.) $ 120.00
Tapes and CDs $ 20.00
Transcripts of evidence or other proceedings
  • requesting party
  • Copies
$ 3.00/page
$ 0.25/page
Upon allowing and signing an advertisement $ 30.00
Upon witnessing an affidavit $ 10.00

*Where the value of an estate is subsequently determined to be greater than the value first certified, the additional amount payable pursuant to s. 4(6) of the Services Charges Act shall be calculated by applying to the additional value of the estate the rate that was in effect pursuant to the Services Charges Act at the time of the Grant of Letters.  For Grants of Letters made before June 23, 2015, this rate is $0.50 per $100 of additional value.

Cheques should be made payable to Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador.

The above fees are based upon: