§ Costs awarded by magistrates
§ 1. Where a magistrates' court, on the summary trial of an information, makes an order as to costs to be paid by the accused to the prosecutor.
§ 2. Where an appellant to quarter sessions against conviction or sentence by a magistrates' court abandons his appeal and the magistrates' court orders him to pay costs to the other party to the appeal.
§ Costs awarded by assizes and quarter sessions
§ 3. Where a person appeals to quarter sessions against conviction or sentence by a magistrates' court, and quarter sessions makes an order as to costs to be paid by him.62
§ (4) Where a person is prosecuted or tried on indictment or inquisition before a court of assize or quarter sessions and is convicted, and the court orders him to pay the whole or part of the costs incurred in or about the prosecution and conviction.
§ (5) Where the accused is ordered by quarter sessions to pay costs, under powers exercisable by virtue of section 14 of the Costs in Criminal Cases Act 1952 (committal to quarter sessions for sentence and other purposes; appeal under Vagrancy Act 1824).
§ Costs awarded by Court of Appeal (criminal division) or House of Lords
§ (6) Where the criminal division of the Court of Appeal dismisses an appeal or application for leave to appeal and orders the appellant or applicant to pay the whole or part of the costs of the appeal or application.
§ (7) Where the criminal division of the Court of Appeal or the House of Lords dismisses an application for leave to appeal to that House (being an application made by the person who was the appellant before the criminal division) and orders him to pay the whole or part of the costs of the application.
§ Criminal costs awarded by High Court
§ 8. Where a person is tiled at bar in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court and is convicted, and the High Court orders him to pay the whole or part of the costs incurred in or about the prosecution and conviction.
§ Miscellaneous orders for costs, compensation, damages etc.
§ 9. Where a court makes an order for the payment of costs by an offender and does so under the Costs in Criminal Cases Act 1952 as applied by section 31(1) or (2) of the Criminal Justice Act 1967 (proceedings in which a person is dealt with for a further offence after being put on probation, conditionally discharged, bound over or given a suspended sentence).
§ 10. Where under section 4 of the Forfeiture Act 1870 or section 34 of the Magistrates' Courts Act 1952 a court awards a sum of money by way of satisfaction or compensation for damage to, or loss of, property suffered through or by means of an indictable offence.
§ 11. Where under section 11(2) of the Criminal Justice Act 1948 a court, on making a probation order or an order for conditional discharge, or on discharging an offender absolutely, orders the offender to pay damages for injury or compensation for loss.
§ 11. Where under section 55 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 a court orders any fine, damages, compensation or costs, or any sum awarded by way of satisfaction or compensation to be paid by the parent or guardian of a child or young person.