(a) Costs. Costs will be taxed in favor of the prevailing party unless the court orders otherwise. Taxable costs include:
(1) fees for filing and service of process;
(2) charges for preparation of the record and any hearing or trial transcripts necessary to determine the proceeding;
(3) bond premiums; and
(4) other costs permitted by law.
Costs will be taxed by the lower tribunal on a motion served no later than 45 days after rendition of the court’s order. If an order is entered either staying the issuance of or recalling a mandate, the lower tribunal is prohibited from taking any further action on costs pending the issuance of a mandate or further order of the court.
(b) Attorneys’ Fees. With the exception of motions filed under rule 9.410(b), a motion for attorneys’ fees must state the grounds on which recovery is sought and must be served not later than:
(1) in appeals, the time for service of the reply brief;
(2) in original proceedings, the time for service of the petitioner’s reply to the response to the petition; or
(3) in discretionary review proceedings commenced under rule 9.030(a)(2)(A), the time for serving the respondent’s brief on jurisdiction, or if jurisdiction is accepted, the time for serving the reply brief.
The assessment of attorneys’ fees may be remanded to the lower tribunal. If attorneys’ fees are assessed by the court, the lower tribunal may enforce payment.
(c) Review. Review of orders rendered by the lower tribunal under this rule will be by motion filed in the court within 30 days of rendition.