Kristin Perry, et al v. Arnold Schwarzenegger, et al
Filed (ECF) Appellee City and County of San Francisco bill of costs (Form 10) in the amount of 120.60 USD. Date of service: 02/21/2012  (CV)
Form 10. Bill of Costs ................................................................................................................................(Rev. 12-1-09)
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
BILL OF COSTS
If you wish to file a bill of costs, it MUST be submitted on this form and filed, with the clerk, with proof of
service, within 14 days of the date of entry of judgment, and in accordance with 9th Circuit Rule 39-1. A
late bill of costs must be accompanied by a motion showing good cause. Please refer to FRAP 39, 28
U.S.C. § 1920, and 9th Circuit Rule 39-1 when preparing your bill of costs.
9th Cir. No. 10-16696
The Clerk is requested to tax the following costs against: Appellants Hollingsworth et al.
under FRAP 39,
28 U.S.C. § 1920,
9th Cir. R. 39-1
Each Column Must Be Completed
To Be Completed by the Clerk
Excerpt of Record
* Costs per page may not exceed .10 or actual cost, whichever is less. 9th Circuit Rule 39-1.
** Other: Any other requests must be accompanied by a statement explaining why the item(s) should be taxed
pursuant to 9th Circuit Rule 39-1. Additional items without such supporting statements will not be
Attorneys' fees cannot be requested on this form.
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Form 10. Bill of Costs - Continued
I, Christine Van Aken
, swear under penalty of perjury that the services for which costs are taxed
were actually and necessarily performed, and that the requested costs were actually expended as listed.
Signature /s Christine Van Aken
("s/" plus attorney's name if submitted electronically)
Date Feb. 21, 2012
Name of Counsel: Christine Van Aken
Attorney for: Plaintiff-Intervenor-Appellee City and County of San Francisco
(To Be Completed by the Clerk)
Costs are taxed in the amount of $
Clerk of Court
, Deputy Clerk
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