LCRLJ 54 54 (a) Written Judgments All written judgments entered following a bench trial or jury trial should be substantially in the form of the uniform Judgment Following Trial form contained in these rules. [Effective Date: 01/07/87; Amended 09/01/98] 54 (b) Reasonable Attorney Fees A. The court shall grant reasonable attorney's fees when permitted by statute or on the basis of a written instrument. A party seeking reasonable attorney's fees shall file with the court the written instrument or, in the event of a dishonored check, proof of the service of the statutory form of Notice of Dishonor in accordance with RCW 62A.3-104. Reasonable attorney's fees following the granting of a judgment at trial or motion shall be set by the court, in it discretion, and the court may require the filing of an affidavit in support of the request. B. Offer of judgment - when a party is seeking reasonable attorney's fees following the entry of a judgment under the provisions of RCW 4.84.250 through RCW 4.84.300, proof of compliance with the service procedures must be shown to the court following the entry of the judgment by utilization of the form Offer of Judgment in these rules. C. Default judgments - reasonable attorney's fees awarded on a default judgment, where authorized by law or contract, shall be permitted under the following schedule; subject to modification based upon the circumstances of a particular case. 0.00 - $ 1,000 $350 $ 1,000.01 - $ 1,500 $375 $ 1,500.01 - $ 2,000 $400 $ 2,000.01 - $ 2,500 $425 $ 2,500.01 - $ 3,000 $450 $ 3,000.01 - $ 4,000 $500 $ 4,000.01 - $ 5,000 $600 $ 5,000.01 - $ 6,000 $700 $ 6,000.01 - $ 7,500 $800 $ 7,500.01 - $10,000 $950 $10,000.01 - + $1,000 [Effective Date: 01/07/87; Amended 09/01/98]
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