The Crown Office Fees Order 2013

This Order revokes and replaces the Crown Office Fees Order 2008.The following fees taken in the office of the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery are increased:

Letters Patent under the Great Seal for the grant of title of City, from £1,675 to £1,764;
Letters Patent under the Great Seal for the grant of title of Lord Mayor, from £1,675 to £1,764;

Letters Patent under the Great Seal for a Charter of Incorporation or Supplemental Charter (England and Wales), from £560 to £594;

Letters Patent under the Great Seal for the appointment of Heralds, from £215 to £249;

Letters Patent under the Great Seal promulgating amendments to Canon law (inclusive of one printed sheet of vellum), from £770 to £799;

Letters Patent under the Great Seal for appointment as Queen’s Counsel (England and Wales), from £215 to £264;

Issue of certificate confirming appointment as Queen’s Counsel (England and Wales), from £30 to £44; and

Determination of an abeyance of a Barony, from £175 to £209.

The fee taken for each additional printed sheet of vellum needed to produce Letters Patent under the Great Seal promulgating amendments to Canon law remains the same (£100).

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