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solicitor/client basis

Polish translation: koszty pomocy/porady prawnej udzielonej klientowi przez prawnika/radcę prawnego

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English term or phrase:solicitor/client basis
Polish translation:koszty pomocy/porady prawnej udzielonej klientowi przez prawnika/radcę prawnego
Entered by: Biurobob

15:41 Mar 12, 2018
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
English term or phrase: solicitor/client basis
Kontekst: ..damages, rights or causes of action, and expenses, including without limiting the generality of the foregoing, legal costs on a solicitor/client basis, made or asserted by any third party [...]
Biurobob
Local time: 15:06
koszty pomocy/porady prawnej udzielonej klientowi przez prawnika/radcę prawnego
Explanation:
koszty pomocy/porady prawnej udzielonej klientowi przez prawnika/radcę prawnego

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mike23
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Local time: 14:06
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Dziękuję.
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Summary of answers provided
2koszty pomocy/porady prawnej udzielonej klientowi przez prawnika/radcę prawnego
mike23
Summary of reference entries provided
costs on a solicitor-client basis
Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.

  

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legal costs on a solicitor/client basis
koszty pomocy/porady prawnej udzielonej klientowi przez prawnika/radcę prawnego


Explanation:
koszty pomocy/porady prawnej udzielonej klientowi przez prawnika/radcę prawnego

Coś w tym kierunku

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mike23
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:06
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Native in PolishPolish
PRO pts in category: 988
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Dziękuję.
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33 mins peer agreement (net): +1
Reference: costs on a solicitor-client basis

Reference information:
Costs
In most cases, when a ;judge orders the unsuccessful party to pay costs, the Judge will allocate a scale for the costs to be calculated. The cost scales are listed in:

Schedule 4 of the District Court Rules (external link)
Schedule 5 of the District Court Rules(external link)
The first part of the scale is a number category (1, 2 or 3). The number represents the amount of money that can be claimed each day in legal fees. Which category you fall in depends on how complex the proceedings were: see rule 14.3 of the District Court Rules(external link)

The second part of the scale is a letter (A, B or C) that specifies how much time can be claimed for each task a lawyer does. Which category you fall in depends on how much time would have been reasonable: see rule 14.4 of the District Court Rules(external link)

A judge will order the unsuccessful party to pay costs on a solicitor-client basis if the parties have entered into a contract with a clause stating that, in the event of litigation, the unsuccessful party will pay the successful party’s costs on that basis.

A judge may rule on the amount of money the unsuccessful party is to pay the successful party for costs.


    https://www.justice.govt.nz/courts/going-to-court/without-a-lawyer/representing-yourself-civil-district-court/costs-and-disbursements/
Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
United States
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PolishPolish
PRO pts in category: 918
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Asker: Dziękuję.


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agree  mike23
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  -> Grazie consigliere.
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