Where the court assesses costs which are payable by the paying party to the receiving party under the terms of a contract, the costs payable under those terms are, unless the contract expressly provides otherwise, to be presumed to be costs which have been reasonably incurred; and are reasonable in amount, and the court will assess them accordingly1.
Where the contract entitles a mortgagee to:
(1) add the costs of litigation relating to the mortgage to the sum secured by it; or
(2) require a mortgagor to pay those costs,
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