Definition of Retax

1. tax [v -ED, -ING, -ES] - See also: tax



Lexicographical Neighbors of Retax

retarding force
retardive
retardment
retards
retarget
retargetable
retargeted
retargeting
retargets
retarted
retaste
retasted
retastes
retasting
retaught
retax (current term)
retaxed
retaxes
retaxing
retch
retched
retches
retching
retchless
retcon
retconned
retconning
retcons
rete
rete Malpighii

Literary usage of Retax

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. California Jurisprudence: A Complete Statement of the Law and Practice of by William Mark McKinney (1922)
"... staying the execution in the hands of the sheriff until an application can be made to the court to retax and adjust the costs.9 Where costs on appeal to ..."

2. Annotated Forms of Federal Procedure by Frank Olds Loveland, George Washington Rightmire (1920)
"Motion to retax Costs. Now comes the defendant herein and moves the court to relax the costs in the above-named cause by adding to the same already taxed ..."

3. Notes on the California Reports: Showing the Present Value as Authority of by Charles Theodore Boone, Charles Lawrence Thompson, California Supreme Court (1906)
"... Bill of Costs may be attacked by motion to retax, p. 286. Cited in Carpy v. Dowdell, 129 Cal. 245, construing Code of Civil Procedure, section 1033, ..."

4. Notes on Texas Reports: A Chronological Series of Annotations of the ...by Walter Malins Rose, Charles Lawrence Thompson, Texas Supreme Court, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals by Walter Malins Rose, Charles Lawrence Thompson, Texas Supreme Court, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (1911)
"Cr. 18, 111 SW 735, holding upon motion to retax cost in court nf criminal appeals, where it appeared that in addition to the sums allowed the clerk, ..."

5. A Treatise on Pleading and Practice in Courts of Record in Civil Cases in by Arthur B. Honnold (1922)
"Appearance The journal entry of a ruling of a trial court sustaining a motion to retax costs, reciting that the adverse party excepted to the ruling, ..."

6. Standard Encyclopædia of Procedure by Edward W. Tuttle, Edward E. Burns, James De Witt Andrews, Edgar Whittlesey Camp (1916)
"A ruling of court to which a change of venue was had refusing to retax costs accruing is not ... A subsequent judge can hear motion to retax. Chadwick v. ..."

7. Revised Laws of Nevada: Containing State Statutes of a General Nature from by Nevada, James G. Sweeney, George Frederick Talbot, Frank Herbert Norcross (1920)
"Id. Where it does not appear on a motion to retax costs that witnesses from a foreign state were not served at the state line, their mileage may be ..."

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