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Env Coord (.)     13 May 2022

Meaning of phrase used in court order

Respected Lawyers & Advocates,

What is the meaning of the phrase stated below in quotes ? It was used by Bombay High Court in one of its order.

"The interim application is dismissed. Costs to be costs in the cause."

1. It was plaintiff's interim application which was dismissed. So what is the meaning of 'Costs to be costs in the cause' ?

2. Does the phrase, "Costs to be costs in the cause" means that plaintiff has to pay defendant the cost of defending interim application ?



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