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12. Case Management

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Halsbury’s Tip

“The court has discretion as to whether costs are payable by one party to another, the amount of those costs and when they are to be paid. Where costs are in the discretion of the Court, a party has no right to costs unless and until the Court awards them to him, and the Court has an absolute and unfettered discretion to award or not to award them. This discretion must be exercised judicially; it must not be exercised arbitrarily but in accordance with reason and justice.”

Halsbury’s Laws of England, Costs (Volume 10 (Reissue)

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