1. The issue of costs in litigation in which the applicant personally appears, appears to be of substantial importance to his business and/or professional pursuit.
2. It is substantially important that the Taxing Master of this Court receives an unequivocal pronouncement from the Supreme Court, about costs in the form of fees, if any, and the type of disbursements a litigant, in the position of the applicant, would be entitled to recover.
3. It is therefore considered that there are reasonable prospect that another court might come to a different conclusion with regard to the disbursements which the applicant is entitled to.