A Book of Costs in the Courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, the Crown and Queen's Remembrancer's Offices, in Bankruptcy, and the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors, Conveyancing, and Miscellaneous Matters: In Conformity with the General Scale of Charges Allowed on Taxation, and with the Common Law Procedure Acts 1852 & 1854, and Bills of Exchange Act 1855
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068 Attending Affidavit of service allocatur allowed annex appointment to tax assizes Attending court Attending deponent Attending for appointment Attending summons Attending taxing Attending to sign bail bill of costs Brief to counsel charges clerk Close copy agency Copy affidavit Copy and service copy in agency Copy notice Copy to deliver Copy writ costs and copy counsel Attending counsel to settle defendant's attorney DEFENDANT'S COSTS ditto Drawing and engrossing Drawing bill engrossing affidavit Fair copy Fee to counsel folio Attending habeas corpus Instructions for affidavit issues found Joinder of issue judge's Letters Master mile Notice of taxing notice to admit notice to produce office copy Paid fee Paid filing affidavit Paid for order Paid for rule Paid for summons paid into court plaintiff pleas second counsel senior counsel service of rule sheriff special jury Subpoena ad testificandum subpoena duces tecum Term fee tipstaff travelling expenses witnesses Writ of summons
Page 615 - An EXAMINATION of the TESTIMONY of the FOUR EVANGELISTS, by the Rules of Evidence administered in Courts of Justice, with an account of the TRIAL of JESUS.
Page 1 - September and the 24th day of October in each year, one of the Masters of the Courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, or Exchequer shall have authority to tax bills of costs, take references, and perform other necessary and immediate matters arising in or appertaining to any or either of the said courts at the office of his own court ; and for such purpose one of the masters shall attend on certain days in each week, as may be found necessary, and of which due notice shall be affixed in the judges...
Page 26 - If the Witnesses attend in one cause only, they will be entitled to the full allowance. If they attend in more than one cause, they will be entitled to a proportionate part in each cause only. The travelling expenses of Witnesses over ten miles shall be allowed, according to the sums reasonably and actually paid, but in no case shall exceed one shilling per mile, one way...
Page 464 - The debtor's personal expenses for travelling and loss of time according to the scale allowed to witnesses. And if attended by a solicitor, and his costs allowed (which must be by special order of the court).
Page 606 - An EXAMINATION of the RULES of LAW respecting the Admission of EXTRINSIC EVIDENCE in Aid of the INTERPRETATION of WILLS.
Page 453 - Preparing subpoena and serving witnesses, or arranging with witnesses for their attendance on presentation of petition 0 13 4 Paid them See Witnesses' Scale. Petitioning creditor is not to be regarded as a witness, and is not to be paid for loss of time ; he may claim his expenses of travelling and subsistence. Attending on presentation of petition when Court investigated statements therein, and clerk...
Page 51 - Where such distance exceeds five miles .220 And in case he shall be necessarily absent more than one day, then for each day after the first a further fee of . . . .110 Fee to each of the showers the same as the under sheriff, calculating the distance from their respective places of abode.
Page 463 - Attending making inquiries as to sufficiency of sureties 0 13 4 This charge will be subject to increase, according to the distance of the sureties' residence ; and, where necessary, agency charges for making such inquiries. Drawing exceptions to sureties . . . .034 Service thereof on debtor's...
Page 7 - If the defendant should be served in any other county the same .allowance, but the distance to be calculated from the office of the attorney employed to effect service. Of writ of revivor, the same as summons. Of writ of ejectment, the same as...
Page 116 - One day's notice of taxing costs, together with a copy of the bill of costs and affidavit of increase (if any), shall be given by the Solicitor of the party whose costs are to be taxed to the other party or his Solicitor, in all cases where a notice to tax is necessary.