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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A BREXIT-supporting Energy Minister has admitted leaving the EU will cost bill payers PS500million-a-year.
The officers said that if the matter was taken to a public inquiry the council could face a PS150,000 cost bill if it lost.
We will cost bill payers a lot less per megawatt hour than, for example, offshore wind.
In another mobile scam, callers are asked to return a missed call to an 0709 number which runs up a premium cost bill.
MONICA Lewinsky says she wants back her infamous stained dress that almost cost Bill Clinton the US presidency.
It became startlingly clear Wednesday how much the long months of evasion and legalisms, how much his enemies' unceasing denunciations of him as a liar, have cost Bill Clinton and the nation.
It is one of the green taxes that cost bill payers an extra PS112 a year on average.
It should have been ready to release immediately and that was a delay which probably cost Bill Deacon his life.