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Old 10-12-2017, 09:03 PM
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Default costs reserved vs costs in the cause?

if you win a motion and get costs reserved, does that mean it could go either way after a final hearing or would only go to the party who won the motion ?
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Costs reserved to the trial judge: Such an order reserves the costs of the motion for disposition by the trial judge. Unless the trial judge specifically disposes of the costs of the motion, no party will be entitled to receive the costs of the motion. Where such an order has been made in the course of a proceeding, the parties should remember to ask the trial judge to hear argument on, and to make a cost order with respect to, the motion on which the order was made.

edit: got it off the LSUC website I believe. Trying to figure out exactly where it was and how I got there to post a link

https://www.lsuc.on.ca/For-Lawyers/M...ring-a-Motion/

its near the bottom of the page

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