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bill of costs

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Definition of bill of costs in English:

noun

British
A solicitor’s account of charges and expenses incurred while carrying out a client’s business.
Example sentences
  • Form of bill of costs for contentious business.
  • The next step is to apply that principle by formulating a bill of costs which takes account of this judgment and the earlier cases.
  • The Defendants note that as yet this matter has not been compromised and therefore contend that this generic bill of costs and the individual bills of costs are wholly disproportionate to the issues and the matters involved.

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