Contents: Part I. Costs between lawyer and own client -- Part II. Costs between party and party -- Part III. Quantification of party and party costs -- Part IV. Costs in appeals -- Part V. Non-party costs orders -- Part VI. Costs in criminal cases -- Part VII. Securing costs entitlements.Description based upon print version of record (published by LexisNexis Butterworths , 2013) ; title from Wolters Kluwer CCH page (viewed July 15, 2016)Includes bibliographical references and index.Summary: Aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the Australian law of costs in both the lawyer-client and the party-party context. It addresses all Australian jurisdictions (State and Federal), as well as costs in criminal matters, through the relevant statutes, court rules and case law pertaining to the practice of the law of costs in Australia.