—(1) Where any costs are to be paid out of a fund, the Registrar may give directions as to the parties who are entitled to attend on the taxation of those costs and may disallow the costs of attendance of any party not entitled to attend by virtue of the directions and whose attendance he considers unnecessary.
(2) Where the Court has directed that a solicitor’s bill of costs be taxed for the purpose of being paid out of a fund, the Registrar by whom the bill is being taxed may, if he thinks fit, adjourn the taxation for a reasonable period and direct the solicitor to send to any person having an interest in the fund a copy of the bill, or any party thereof, free of charge together with a letter containing the following information:
that the bill of costs, a copy of which or of part of which is sent with the letter has been referred to the Registrar for taxation;
that the taxation will take place at the Chambers of the Registrar;
the date and time appointed by the Registrar at which the taxation will be continued; and
such other information, if any, as the Registrar may direct.