Is there any difference between a written decision and written decision on interest and costs?

Nova Scotia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Brown v. Newton, 2010 NSSM 33 (CanLII):

On April 8th, 2010, I rendered a written decision (Brown v. Newton, 2010 NSSM 28). At paragraph 280, I indicated that I would "hear counsel separately as to interest and costs, if either or both are sought".

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