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In Deputy Sheriff, East London v The Taxing Master 1990 (3) SA 282 (E), the court was tasked with determining, among other things, whether the
In Fourie v The Taxing Master and Another 1983 (4) SA 210 (O), the court gave an accurate interpretation of the meaning and scope of
In Linton & Co v Assistant Taxing Master 1972 (2) SA 550 (D), two main points were considered by the court in the review of
Are costs for collecting evidence and settlement discussions with counsel considered party and party costs?
In Meer v Taxing Master and Another 1967 (4) SA 652 (D), the court, in reviewing a taxation, had to assess whether the taxing master
In the matter of Africon Engineering International (Pty) Ltd and Another v The Taxing Master No and Others 2005 (6) SA 397 (C), Judge Meer
In the case of Ally and Others v Taxing Master and Others 1954 (3) SA 728 (W), the court had to determine the correctness of
Default judgment principles and their applicability to the setting aside of a Taxing Master’s allocatur
In Barnard v Taxing Master of the High Court of SA (TPD) and others  2 All SA 485 (T), the applicant brought an application
In Blaauw v Taxing Master 1947 (1) SA 721 (SWA), the applicant sought a mandamus upon the taxing master to tax a bill of costs.
In Buonanno v The Taxing Master 1965 (2) SA 653 (N), the court considered the principles for the review of taxation as contemplated in Rule
In Coetzee v Taxing Master, South Gauteng High Court and Another 2013 (1) SA 74 (GSJ), Judge Sutherland was tasked with determining whether an attorney
In Composting Engineering (Pty) Ltd v The Taxing Master 1985 (3) SA 249 (C), Judge Berman reaffirmed a standing principle that it is not the