A Short Guide to the Preparation of Bills of Costs: With Precedents in All the Divisions of the High Court of Justice; Also Precedents of Costs in Conveyancing, Probate, and Administration; to which is Added the Schedule of Fees Under the Supreme Court of Judicature Act, Court Fees, and Rules as to Costs, Up to June, 1876. Also Scale of Allowances to Witnesses, and Proposed Scale of the Incorporated Law Society for the Renumeration of Solicitors in Respect of Loans and Scales

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Waterlow, 1876 - Costs (Law) - 153 pages
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Page 5 - In all proceedings under the Trustees Relief Acts, or under the Trustee Acts, or under any of such Acts, in which the trust estate or fund to which the proceeding relates shall be under the amount or value of 1,000.
Page 14 - Such additional allowances for printed copies for the Court or judge, and for counsel, are not to be made where written copies have been made previously to printing, and are not in any case to be made more than once in the progress of the cause.
Page 35 - Where the amount exceeds 8, for every 2 allowed, or a fraction thereof 0 0 6 These fees, except where otherwise provided, shall be taken on signing the certificate, or on the allowance of the bill of costs, as taxed, but the fees shall be due and payable if no certificate or allocatur is required on the amount of the bill as taxed, or on the amount of such part thereof as may be taxed, and the solicitor or party suing in person shall in such case cause the proper stamps (the amount thereof to...
Page 16 - On hearing or trial of any cause, or matter, or issue of fact, in London or Middlesex, or the town where the solicitor resides or carries on business, whether before a Judge, with or without a jury, or commissioner, or referee, or on assessment of damages, when in the paper...
Page 18 - For every term commencing on the day the sittings in London and Middlesex of the High Court of Justice commence, and terminating on the day preceding the next such sittings in which a proceeding in the cause or matter by or affecting the party, after appearance entered, shall take place..
Page 24 - Master in Ordinary, on references for the taxation of costs and taking accounts of what is due in respect of such costs and such other accounts connected therewith as may be directed by the Court.
Page 33 - The officer may require a deposit of stamps on account of any further fees, and a deposit of money on account of any further expenses which may probably become payable beyond the amount paid for fees and expenses on the application, and the officer or his clerk taking such deposit shall thereupon make a memorandum thereof on the application. The officer may also require an undertaking in writing to pay any further fees and expenses which may become payable beyond the amounts so paid and deposited.
Page 42 - ... stamps. Now we, the undersigned, being- two of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, do, with the concurrence of the Lord Chancellor, hereby give notice and order and direct — 1. That from and after the...
Page 31 - On an application, with or without a subpoena, for any officer to attend as a witness, or to produce...
Page 25 - In proceedings under the Act the Rules of Civil Procedure for the District Courts of the United States shall, in so far as they are not inconsistent with the Act or with these general orders, be followed as nearly as may be.

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