Rule 4-200 lists eleven factors that must be considered when determining the unacceptable legal fees. Some of these factors are: (1) the relative sophistication of the lawyer and client; 2. the amount of the fee relative to the value of the services provided; and (3) the lawyer`s experience, reputation and ability. In one case, it was found that a royalty agreement requiring the client to pay a “minimum fee” in the event of dismissal was unacceptable [In re: Scapa-Brown (1993) 2 Cal. State Bar Ct. Rptr. 635, 652. The current status of the version and the impending pure versions Print Feedback International Student Fees and Refunds Agreement Section 1 – Purpose and ContextSection 2 – DefinitionsSection 3 – Policy StatementSection 4 – ProceduresPart A – Refund of FeesPart B – Release or Withdrawal After RefundS 5 – Guidelines This is the current version of this document. To view historical versions, click on the link in the document`s navigation bar.
NOTE: This agreement is currently governed by two suspension or amendment guidelines. Please consult the Policy Suspension or Variation Instrument – International Student Fees and Refunds Agreement and the Policy Suspension or Variation Instrument – International Student Admissions Temporary Arrangements documents. Section 1 – Purpose and Context (1) The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000 and the National Code of Practice impose specific tuition reimbursement fees for international students studying in Australia. (2) Registration policy and tuition policy are the institutional policy framework for all matters relating to higher education costs and reimbursements. The university`s International Student Fees and Refund Agreement contains additional details to ensure that the special rights of foreign students are protected. At the top of PageSection 2 – Definitions (3) The agreement contains all relevant definitions. At the top of PageSection 3 – Political Statement (4) Western Sydney University offers all future international students a fee and refund agreement in accordance with the ESOS as part of the hiring and registration process. (5) The agreement is provided as part of the university`s series of international offers and is therefore part of the written agreement between each foreign student and the university. (6) The agreement can be found on the International Fee and Refund Agreement – University Web Page. At the top of page Section 4 – Procedure Part A – Fee Reimbursement (7) To request a refund of the fee, a student must submit a written application requesting reimbursement of fees – International students can only obtain fees and funding for students; and if they have paid the fee, name either a foreign or Australian bank account on which the university will pay the refund that may be the account of a third party, for example. B, from another educational provider.