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Companies (Court) Rules, 1959

352. Costs of parties having common interest

(1) Where two or more petitions or applications raise a common issue and are heard together and decided by a common judgment, unless the Court otherwise orders, only one set of costs shall be allowed to all the parties together in the said petitions or applications who have a common interest.

(2) Where different parties in the same proceeding have a common interest, only one set of fees shall be allowed to all of them together, though they may be represented by different advocates, unless the Court otherwise orders.

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