Motion to Declare Defendant Indigent for Purposes Other Than Attorney Fees

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Motion to Declare Defendant Indigent for Purposes Other Than Attorney Fees

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Motion to declare the defendant indigent for cost for reasons other than attorneys fees. – Criminal Law Legal Document – Experts and Evidence

Attorney’s fee is a chiefly United States term for compensation for legal services performed by an attorney for a client, in or out of court. It may be an hourly, flat-rate or contingent fee.

If you win the case the owner filed against you, you can then collect the attorneys’ fees you spent from the responsible subcontractor. You can also recover your attorneys’ fees for pursuing a lawsuit you had to file because of someone else’s mistake.

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