H-4.1, r. 3 - Code of ethics of bailiffs
33. Fees are fair and reasonable when they are proportional to the services rendered and warranted under the circumstances. In determining fees, bailiffs must consider the following factors:
(1) the time required to render the professional service;
(2) the degree of difficulty and importance of the service;
(3) the performance of services that are unusual or require exceptional competence or speed;
(4) the amount of disbursements and expenses incurred; and
(5) if it is not an act described in section 8 of the Court Bailiffs Act (chapter H-4.1), the tariff pursuant to paragraph 12 of section 86.0.1 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26).