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Legal Aid Queensland will pay reasonable fees for an accredited interpreting service when a client needs an interpreter for:
Prior approval must be sought before costs are incurred.
Legal Aid Queensland will not pay for interpreters fees if this cost is borne by the court, refer to:
In criminal law matters where an accredited interpreter has been engaged for the purposes of interviewing the client, practitioners are entitled to claim a fee at each stage of proceedings for additional preparation. (CINT)
Copies of all receipts must be attached to and submitted with the electronic proforma invoice.
Last updated 15 March 2016
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