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Moore v. Delaware, No. 08-2426

By FindLaw Staff on November 04, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a motion for costs by the prevailing party in an appeal, the motion is denied where, while an award of costs to a prevailing party pursuant to Rule 39 is customary, the court retained discretion to deny costs when, in the exercise of its discretion, it determines taxation is not appropriate, and equitable considerations militated against taxing costs.

Read Moore v. Delaware, No. 08-2426

Appellate Information

Argued June 17, 2009

Decided July 27, 2009


Per Curiam


For Appellee:

Frank W. Miller, The Law Firm of Frank W. Miller, East Syracuse, NY

For Appellants:

Catherine E. Stuckart, Binghamton, NY

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