Division vs Apportionment

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Under the terms of a Tomlin order which provided that one of three Defendants was only to pay the Claimant’s costs which related exclusively to the action against it, and not those incurred by the Claimant in respect of the dispute with the other two Defendants, that Defendant was liable for any common costs which could be attributed to it by division, rather than apportionment.

KARIN LUCY HAY v (1) HENDRYK SZTERBIN (2) JOANNA BARBARA SZTERBIN (3) GREEN WRIGHT CHALTON ANNIS (A Firm) (2010)