costs only proceedings
The procedure to be followed where, before court proceedings are commenced, the parties to a dispute reach an agreement on all issues, including which party is to pay costs, but are unable to agree the amount of those costs (see CPR 44.12A () and PD 43-48 section 17 ()).

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