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English translation: None = no court order as to costs i.e. litigants have to pay their own

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Italian term or phrase:Nulla .. sulle spese
English translation:None = no court order as to costs i.e. litigants have to pay their own
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13:40 Dec 1, 2003
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents / civil litigation
Italian term or phrase: Phrase
"Nulla sulle spese nei rapporti tra l’attore e la terza chiamata" in a court judgment, following a list of court costs to be paid by the losing party..
Rod Nelson
Canada
Local time: 08:44
None/no order as to costs between the claimant(s) and the third party ( 'Part 20 Defendant)
Explanation:
If AE, still called plaintiff(s). Pluralise if co. litigant. In Eng. & Wales, now called claimant.
The third party joined in - by the Defendant - is also called Part 20 Defendant in GB.
Court does not seem minded to make an award of costs, if I understand the nulla right.
Similar order would be 'costs reserved'. Cour puts off making the award until later.


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Note added at 2003-12-03 14:42:39 (GMT)
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Boils down to the the claimants and the ( = fem.) corporate third-party having to pay their own costs.
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xxxKirstyMacC
Local time: 16:44
Grading comment
Thank you; very helpful and very convincing.
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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None/no order as to costs between the claimant(s) and the third party ( 'Part 20 Defendant)


Explanation:
If AE, still called plaintiff(s). Pluralise if co. litigant. In Eng. & Wales, now called claimant.
The third party joined in - by the Defendant - is also called Part 20 Defendant in GB.
Court does not seem minded to make an award of costs, if I understand the nulla right.
Similar order would be 'costs reserved'. Cour puts off making the award until later.


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Note added at 2003-12-03 14:42:39 (GMT)
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Boils down to the the claimants and the ( = fem.) corporate third-party having to pay their own costs.

xxxKirstyMacC
Local time: 16:44
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 435
Grading comment
Thank you; very helpful and very convincing.
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