Victus victori in expensis condemnandus est

Victus victori in expensis condemnandus est
The losing party is adjudged to pay the costs to the successful party. See 3 Bl Comm 399.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • victus, victori in expensis condemnandus est — /viktas, viktoray in akspensas kondemnaendas est/ The vanquished is to be condemned in costs to the conqueror, or he who loses the suit pays costs to his adversary. State ex rel. Macri v. City of Bremerton, 8 Wash.2d 93, 111 P.2d 612, 620 …   Black's law dictionary


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