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court costs

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcourt costsˈcourt ˌcosts noun [plural]  the costs of taking a case to court You could be ordered to pay court costs.
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court costsMoney for plaintiffs' lawyers and court costs will jack the total up to some $ 550m.This has proved expensive in terms of court costs and judicial time.She was obliged only to pay court costs of £400.The lawsuits seek not only to stop sales of the product but also civil penalties, court costs and refunds for buyers.
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