(1) Where in any proceedings to which an aided person is a party-
(a) judgment is signed in default of appearance or defence, the judgment shall contain a direction that the costs of the aided person shall be taxed;
(b) the court gives judgment or makes a final order in the proceedings, the judgment shall contain a direction (in addition to any other direction as to taxation contained in the judgment or order) that the costs of any aided person shall be so taxed.
(2) Where in any proceedings to which an aided person is a party-
(a) the proceedings are, or have been, brought to an end without a direction having been given, whether under paragraph (1)(a) or (b) or otherwise, as to the aided person's costs being taxed; or
(b) a judgment or order in favour of an opposite party, that included a direction that the aided person's costs be taxed has not been drawn up or as the case may be entered by him,
an order that the aided person's costs be taxed shall be made on ex parte application to the Registrar by his solicitor or the Director and the costs of the application and taxation shall be deemed to be costs in the proceedings to which the certificate relates or related.