A judgment creditor may recover costs and fees incurred in enforcing the judgment by either filing a memorandum of costs including both fees and costs or a motion for the award of costs and fees.  The memorandum or motion must be filed within two years after the costs or fees are incurred and before the judgment is satisfied.  The judgment debtor must file a motion to tax costs within ten days (or 15 if served by mail) of service of the memorandum.  If no timely motion to tax is filed, the claimed costs and fees must be awarded.  Here, the trial court properly awarded the judgment creditor its claimed costs and fees since no motion to tax costs was timely filed.  It was no excuse that the judgment debtor claimed he had fully paid the judgment and demanded entry of a satisfaction of judgment before time expired to file the motion to tax costs.  The time limit on that motion operated independently of the deadline for the judgment creditor to comply with a demand for entry of a satisfaction.