(1) The Costs Court, in the absence of the parties and without making any determination on the individual items in the bill, may make an estimate of the approximate total for which, if the bill were to be taxed, an order on taxation under Rule 63.56 would be likely to be made.
(2) The Costs Court shall notify in writing each party of an estimate made under paragraph (1).
(3) Within 21 days after the date of the issue of a notice under paragraph (2), a party may file and serve on each other party a notice of objection to the estimate.
(4) If no notice of objection is filed under paragraph (3), the Costs Court may make an order on taxation under Rule 63.56 for the amount of the estimate.
(5) If an order on taxation has been made under paragraph (4), a party that did not receive a notice under paragraph (2) within sufficient time to file a notice of objection may apply to the Costs Court for an order to set aside the order on taxation.