(735 ILCS 5/5-124) (from Ch. 110, par. 5-124)
    Sec. 5-124. Stay of enforcement of fee bill. When collection of any fee bill is attempted, the dissatisfied party may stay the enforcement of the fee bill by giving to the officer attempting collection, bond with sufficient sureties, to be approved by such officer, in the amount of such fee bill, conditioned for the payment of such fee bill if the same is not quashed; and upon receiving such bond, such officer shall forthwith return the fee bill and bond to the court. If it appears to the court that any item or charge contained in such fee bill is not authorized by law, or is for services not actually rendered, or any item is charged in an amount which is higher than is allowed by law, the court shall quash such fee bill and bond, and correct the taxation of the costs for which such fee bill was issued, and upon such correction being made, such costs may be collected in the same manner as judgments for the payment of money are enforced.
(Source: P.A. 84-553.)