cost bill

cost bill

n. a list of claimed court costs submitted by the prevailing (winning) party in a lawsuit after the judge states his/her judgment. Statutes limit what can be included in these costs. (See: court costs, prevailing party)

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The Authority observed that while working out the quarterly adjustments, actual units received and actual cost billed to the DISCO is considered, which automatically accounts for the impact of any extra / less purchases by the DISCO.