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This was an interlocutory proceeding seeking an order to have a bill of costs drawn by the plaintiff (Dr. Weder, Kauta & Hoveka Inc.) taxed. In the main action, the plaintiff claimed payment of money for professional services rendered by the plaintiff to the defendants, for representation in litigation before the High Court. The defendants admitted that the plaintiff performed certain professional services but denied that they approved the appointment of instructed counsel and that the amount claimed by the plaintiff constituted a fair and reasonable fee for the services rendered. The particulars of the claim alleged specifically that legal . . .

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