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Old 06-13-2017, 04:49 AM
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Hi I have now read security of costs concept online and I'm not sure this is the same thing. From what I understand, security of costs is filed by a defendant to protect them against a vexatious litigant or when they believe the plaintiffs case is very weak.

In my situation, my ex is claiming hardship and she cant afford to pay for arbitration so her lawyer intends to file a motion to have me pay her costs upfront prior to the arbitration hearing actually happening.

What happens then?
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