22A:2-8. Bill of costs; disbursements included
A party to whom costs are awarded or allowed by law or otherwise in any action, motion or other proceeding, in the Law Division or Chancery Division of the Superior Court is entitled to include in his bill of costs his necessary disbursements, as follows:
The legal fees of witnesses, including mileage for each attendance, masters, commissioners and other officers;
The costs of taking depositions when taxable, by order of the court;
The legal fees for publication where publication is required;
The legal fees paid for a certified copy of a deposition or other paper or document, or map, recorded or filed in any public office, necessarily used or obtained for use in the trial of an issue of fact or the argument of an issue of law, or upon appeal, or otherwise;
Sheriff's fees for service of process or other mandate or proceeding;
All filing and docketing fees and charges paid to the clerk of court;
Such other reasonable and necessary expenses as are taxable according to the course and practice of the court or by express provision of law, or rule of court.
L.1953, c. 22, p. 388, s. 11.
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