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Bill Of Costs

This is a Maryland form that can be used for Civil within Federal, District Court.

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MARYLAND Plaintiff(s) BILL OF COSTS vs. Case Number ___________________________ Defendant(s) Judgment having been entered in the above entitled action on ________________ against ____________________________, the Clerk is requested to tax the following as costs: Fees of the Clerk............................................................................... $____________________ Fees for service of summons and subpoena........................................................ $____________________ Fees of the court reporter for all or any part of the transcript necessarily obtained for use in the case......$____________________Fees and disbursements for printing.............................................................. $____________________ Fees for witnesses (itemize on reverse side)........................................................ $____________________ Fees for exemplification and copies of papers necessarily obtained for use in this case.................. $____________________ Docket fees under 28 U.S.C. 1923................................................................. $____________________ Costs as shown on Mandate of Court of Appeals.................................................. $____________________ Compensation of court-appointed experts......................................................... $____________________ Compensation of interpreters and costs of special interpretation services under 28 U.S.C. 1828........... $____________________ Other costs (please itemize)...................................................................... $____________________ TOTAL $____________________ SPECIAL NOTE: Attach to your bill an itemization and documentation for requested costs in all categories. DECLARATION I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing costs are correct and were necessarily incurred in this action and that the services for which fees have been charged were actually and necessarily performed. A copy of this bill was mailed today with postage prepaid to: . Print Name of Attorney Signature of Attorney Date Print Name of Claiming Party Costs are taxed in the amount of $____________________ and included in the judgment. Felicia C. Cannon, Clerk By: U.S. District Court (1/2000) -Bill of Costs <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2 Deputy Clerk Date WITNESS FEES (computation, cf. 28 U.S.C. 1821 for statutory fees) Attendance Subsistence Mileage Name and Residence Total Cost Days Total Days Total Miles Total Each Witness Cost Cost Cost TOTAL NOTICE Section 1924, Title 28, U.S. Code (effective September 1, 1948) provides: Sec. 1924. Verification of bill of costs. Before any bill of costs is taxed, the party claiming any item of cost or disbursement shall attach thereto an affidavit, made byhimself or by his duly authorized attorney or agent having knowledge of the facts, that such item is correct and has been necessarilyincurred in the case and that the services for which fees have been charged were actually and necessarily performed. See also Section 1920 of Title 28, which reads in part as follows: A bill of costs shall be filed in the case and, upon allowance, included in the judgment or decree. The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure contain the following provisions: Rule 54 (d) Except when express provision therefore is made either in a statute of the United States or in these rules, costs shall be allowedas of course to the prevailing party unless the court otherwise directs, but costs against the United States, its officers, and agencies shallbe imposed only to the extent permitted by law. Costs may be taxed by the clerk on one days notice. On motion served within 5 daysthereafter, the action of the clerk may be reviewed by the court. Rule 6 (e) Whenever a party has the right or is required to do some act or take some proceedings within a prescribed period after the serviceof a notice or other paper upon him and the notice or paper is served upon him by mail, 3 days shall be added to the prescribed period.Rule 58 (In Part) Entry of the judgment shall not be delayed for the taxing of costs. U.S. District Court (1/2000) -Bill of Costs

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