When the decision of a court of inferior jurisdiction in a special proceeding is brought
before a court of higher jurisdiction for a review, in any other way than by appeal,
the same costs must be allowed as in cases on appeal, and may be collectedin the manner provided for enforcement of money judgments generally, or in such manner as the court may direct, according to the nature of the case.
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