interlocutory costs

interlocutory costs
Costs or disbursements on an intermediate motion or proceeding. Cardoff v Cardoff, 152 Minn 399, 189 NW 124. Costs allowable, taxable, and payable during the progress of a case. Goodyear v Sawyer (CC Tenn) 17 F 2, 6.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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