1. (1) For the purposes of section 28(1) of the Act, in addition to the written form, a success fee agreement applies, 2. A lawyer who is a party to a potential fee agreement must ensure that the agreement contains the following: I am pleased to present our organization`s first standard agreement for the withholding of contingency fees. This document was prepared in response to comments from members who wanted a comprehensive Tort Retainer document that was fully compliant with the Solicitors Act. I encourage all members to review this agreement and consider using it in your practice. I would like to thank former President Paul Harte and Vice President Ron Bohm, as well as many others, for the work they have done in recent months in developing this detailed and valuable resource. Retainer letters or agreements should contain a reference to the following: if you decide to use an order letter or a confirmation agreement, the language and meaning should be clear and you should explain the terms of the document so that the client understands the scope of the professional relationship. 10. For the purposes of clause 28.1 (11) (b) of the Act, the client or lawyer may apply to the Superior Court for an assessment of the lawyer`s invoice, which was made within six months of its delivery in respect of a success fee agreement that applies to subsections 28.1 (6) or (8) of the Act.
O. Reg. 195/04, p. 10. (6) A success fee agreement, which provides that the fee shall be set as a percentage of the amount recovered, excludes any amount allocated or agreed, which shall be shown separately as costs and disbursements. O. Reg. 195/04, p.