Answer to Question #208743 in American Law for Thabile

Question #208743

Indicate the correct statement

(1) Order as to costs are all expenses of the case incurred by the parties’ legal 

representatives and the presiding officer

(2) Court rules do not stipulate the amount of legal costs that a party/parties in dispute could 

be ordered to pay at the end of the case

(3) There are no orders as to costs in criminal cases, only in civil cases

(4) Order as to costs are the expenses involved in a case and are given at the beginning of 

the case

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