Comparative Chart of International Arbitration Rules

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 ICC Rules
2017
SIAC Rules
2016
HKIAC Rules
2018
VIAC Rules
2018
ICDR Rules
2014
SCC Rules
2017
DIS Rules
2018
LCIA Rules
2014
SCAI Rules
2012
DIAC Rules
2007
CAM-CCBC Rules 2012CPR Intn'l Administered Rules 2019ISTAC Rules 2017AIAC Rules 2018
Deemed Start of arbitrationArticle 4.2
Day request is received by ICC Secretariat
Rule 3.3, 3.1
Day request is delivered to Registrar
Article 4.2
Day Notice of Arbitration is received by HKIAC
Article 7.1
Day the Statement of Claim is received by Secretariat or by an Austrian Regional Economic Chamber
Article 2.2
Day Notice of Arbitration is received by Administrator
Article 8
Day Request is received by SCC
Article 6.1
Day Request is filed with DIS
Articles 1.4, 4.4 Date of receipt by the Registrar, which is the date delivered (if hard copy) or transmitted (if soft copy)Article 3.2
Day Notice of Arbitration is received by SCAI Secretariat
Article 4.6
Day, Request is received by DIAC
No express rule; initiation of the proceedings according to Articles 4.1 and 4.2Rule 3.4
Date on which CPR receives notice of arbitration
Article 7.6
Date on which Request for Arbitration and registration fee are received
Rule 2.2
Date on which the Director receives Commencement Request
Default deadline for responseArticle 5.1
30 days from receiving request from ICC Secretariat by respondent
Rule 4.1
14 days from receipt of notice of arbitration by respondent
Article 5.1
30 days from receipt of Notice of Arbitration by respondent
Article 8.1
30 days from service of the Statement of Claim
Article 3.1
30 days after commencement of arbitration
Article 9(1)
Set by Secretariat
Article 7.2
45 days from transmission of the Request

Article 2.1
28 days from the start of arbitration
Article 3.7
30 days from receipt of the Notice of Arbitration
Article 5.1
30 days from receipt of the Request
Article 4.3
15 days from receipt of Notice of Arbitration
Rule 3.5
30 days after Commencement Date
Article 8.1
30 days after the notification of the Request for Arbitration
Introductory Provision 1, Article 4.1 UNCITRAL Rules
30 days after receipt of notice of arbitration
Default number of arbitratorsArticle 12.2
Sole arbitrator (in deemed complex cases the default number of arbitrators is three)
Rule 9.1
Sole arbitrator
Article 6.1
HKIAC decides
Article 17.2
The Board decides
Article 11
Sole arbitrator, unless Administrator decides three are appropriate
Article 16(2)
The Board decides
Article 10.2
Three arbitrators, unless a party requests a sole arbitrator and DIS Arbitration Council grants the requests
Article 5.8
Sole arbitrator
Articles 6.1, 6.2
The SCAI Court decides and will consider all relevant circumstances; as a rule, a sole arbitrator shall decide
Article 8.2
Sole arbitrator, unless Centre finds that three arbitrators are appropriate
No express rule;Rule 5.1.a
Generally three arbitrators; one arbitrator only if amount in dispute does not exceed US$ 3 million and CPR does not decide otherwise based on the complexity of the case
Article 13.2
Decision by the Board, taking into account all relevant circumstances and facts
Rule 4.3
Three arbitrators in international arbitration unless Director determines number of arbitrators
Default appointment of a
sole arbitrator
Article 12.3
By ICC Court if parties fail to agree on arbitrator within 30 days from the day respondent received the Request for Arbitration
Rule 10
Joint appointment within 21 days from receipt of request by Registrar, otherwise by President of SIAC
Articles 7.1, 7.2
Joint appointment within 30 days from service of the Notice of Arbitration or 15 days from HKIAC’s decision, otherwise by HKIAC
Article 17.3
By Board if parties fail to agree on arbitrator within 30 days after receiving the Secretary General’s request
Article 12.3
At the written request of any party by Administrator if parties fail to agree on arbitrator within 45 days after Administrator received Notice of Arbitration
Article 17(3)
Joint appointment within 10 days, otherwise by SCC Board
Articles 11, 13.2
Joint appointment within time limit fixed by DIS, otherwise by DIS Appointing Committee
Article 5.6
By LCIA after receipt of Response or, if no Response, 35 days from the start of arbitration
Article 7
Joint appointment within 30 days after
• Respondent received Notice of Arbitration if parties have agreed on a sole arbitrator
• parties receive SCAI Court’s decision to refer dispute to a sole arbitrator if parties have not agreed upon number of arbitrators,
otherwise by SCAI Court
Articles 9.3, 9.4
By Centre if parties fail to nominate an arbitrator
Article 4.13
By President of the CAM-CCBC if parties fail to agree on arbitrator within 15 days from notification
Rule 5.3
By CPR through CPR List Procedure if parties fail to agree on arbitrator within 30 days after deadline for notice of defence
Article 14
By Board if parties fail to agree on arbitrator within 30 days from the notification of claimant's Request for Arbitration
Rule 4.4
By Director upon request of any party if parties fail to agree on arbitrator within 30 days of the respondent's receipt of the notice of arbitration
Default appointment of three
member tribunal
Articles 12.4, 12.5
Each party nominates an arbitrator; chair appointed by ICC Court
Rule 11
Each party nominates an arbitrator; if within 14 days of first nomination a party fails to nominate its arbitrator, President of SIAC will appoint on its behalf; chair appointed by President of SIAC
Article 8.1
Claimant nominates its arbitrator in the Notice of Arbitration or within 15 days from HKIAC’s decision, and respondent nominates in the Answer to the Notice of Arbitration or within 15 days after Claimant's nomination pursuant to HKIAC's decision, otherwise by HKIAC
Article 17.4
Each party nominates an arbitrator; if a party fails to do so within 30 days after receiving the Secretary General’s request, Board appoints arbitrator
Article 12.3
At the written request of any party by Administrator if parties fail to agree on arbitrators within 45 days after Administrator received Notice of Arbitration
Article 17(4)
Parties appoint equal number of arbitrators, chair appointed by SCC Board; if party fails to appoint arbitrator(s) within stipulated time, SCC Board appoints arbitrator(s)
Articles 12, 13.2
Each party nominates an arbitrator; chair jointly nominated by co-arbitrators, otherwise selected and appointed by DIS Appointing Committee
Article 5.6, 5.8
By LCIA after receipt of Response or, if no Response, 35 days from the start of arbitration
Articles 8.1, 8.2
Each party designates an arbitrator within the time limit set by the SCAI Court; chair jointly designated by the arbitrators within 30 days from the confirmation of the second arbitrator, otherwise arbitrators appointed by SCAI Court
Article 9.5
Each party nominates one arbitrator; chair jointly nominated by co-arbitrators within 15 days after appointment of second arbitrator, otherwise DIAC appointed by DIAC
Articles 4.4, 4.9, 4.12
Both parties each nominate one arbitrator within 15 days after receipt of rules and co-arbitrators subsequently appoint chair; if parties/arbitrators fail to appoint arbitrator, President of the CAM-CCBC appoints arbitrator
Rules 5.1.c, 5.4, 6.1
Screened Selection Procedure: both parties each designate one arbitrator without arbitrators knowing which party nominated them; chair is appointed by CPR; if parties or arbitrators have failed to designate arbitrator, CPR designates arbitrator
Article 14.2, 14.3
Each party nominates one arbitrator and co-arbitrators appoint chair; if parties or arbitrators fail to do so, the Board appoints the arbitrator
Rule 4.5
Each party appoints one arbitrator; party-appointed arbitrators choose chair; if parties/arbitrators fail to appoint arbitrator, the Director appoints arbitrator
Default restrictions on
arbitrators where parties
with different nationalities
Article 13.5
Sole arbitrator/chair not of nationality of any party
NoneArticles 11.2, 11.3
Sole arbitrator/chair not of nationality of any party unless otherwise agreed by all parties or in appropriate circumstances with no objections within a tie limit set by HKIAC
NoneArticle 12.4
At the request of any party or on its own initiative, Administrator may appoint nationals of a country other than that of any of the parties

Article 17(6)
Sole arbitrator/chair not of nationality of any party
Articles 11, 12.3
Sole arbitrator /chair not of nationality of any party if appointed by DIS Appointing Committee, unless all parties are of the same nationality or otherwise agreed by the parties
Article 6.1
Sole arbitrator/chair not of nationality of any party
None Article 10.1
Sole arbitrator/chair not of nationality of any party, unless parties who are not of the same nationality as proposed arbitrator agree
Article 4.15
Third arbitrator not of nationality of any party
Rule 6.2.b
Upon request of any party, arbitrators shall be of nationality other than that of the parties
NoneNone
Time limit for challenging
arbitrator
Article 14.2
30 days from appointment/confirmation or 30 days from becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Rule 15.1
14 days from appointment or 14 days from becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Article 11.7
15 days from appointment or 15 days from becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Article 20.2
15 days from becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Article 14.1
15 days from notification of appointment or 15 days from becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Article 19(3)
15 days from becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Article 15.2
14 days from becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Article 10.3
14 days from appointment or, if later, 14 days from becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Article 11.1
15 days from becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Article 13.4
15 days from formation of tribunal or 15 days from becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Articles 4.7, 4.8
10 days to submit comments; after response from arbitrator 10 days to present challenge
Rule 7.6
15 days after receipt of notification of the appointment or becoming aware of relevant circumstances
Article 16.2
30 days after notification of choice or appointment of the arbitrator or after relevant circumstances became known
Rule 5.3
15 days after receipt of the notice of appointment or becoming aware of relevant circumstances
JoinderArticle 7.1
On request by a party and only permitted prior to confirmation/appointment of any arbitrator, unless otherwise agreed
Rule 7
On application by a party or third-party either before or after formation of tribunal if third party is prima facie party to arbitration agreement or all parties consent
Article 27.1
On request by a party or third-party before or after constitution of tribunal if joining party is prima facie bound by an arbitration agreement under the Rules or all parties, including joining party, consent to joinder

Article 14
On request by a party or third-party before or after constitution of tribunal
Article 7
On request by a party or third-party prior to appointment of arbitrator, unless otherwise agreed
Articles 13(1), 13(2)
On request by a party and only permitted prior to the submission of the Answer, unless the SCC Board decides otherwise
Article 19.1
On request by a party and only permitted prior to appointment of any arbitrator
Article 22.1(viii)
Only on application by a party and consent of applicant and new party required
Article 4.2
On request by a party or non-party after constitution of tribunal
Not available No rules availableRule 3.12
Prior to appointment of any arbitrator upon the request of any party unless CPR finds otherwise
No rules availableRule 9.1
On request of any party to the arbitration or any third party if either all parties agree or third party is prima facie bound by arbitration agreement
ConsolidationArticle 10
On request by party, ICC Court can consolidate pending ICC arbitrations under ICC Rules where
• the parties agree; or
• all claims made under same arbitration agreement; or
• same parties, in connection with same legal relationship, and ICC finds arbitration agreements compatible
Rule 8
On request by party
SIAC Court or tribunal can consolidate where
• parties agree;
• claims under same arbitration agreement; or
• arbitration agreements are compatible and disputes arise out of same legal relationship, principal and ancillary contract or same transaction or series of transactions.
Article 28.1
On request by party, HKIAC can consolidate where
• parties agree, or
• claims are made under the same arbitration agreement; or
• common question of law/fact in all arbitrations, right to relief from same transaction or a series of related transactions, and the arbitration agreements are compatible
Article 15
On request by party, Board can consolidate proceedings where
• all parties agree; or
• same arbitrator(s) was/were appointed
and the place of arbitration in all of the arbitration agreements is the same.
Board shall consider compatibility of the arbitration agreements and the respective stage of the arbitral proceedings

Article 8
On request by party, Administrator may appoint a consolidation arbitrator. Consolidation arbitrator may consolidate proceedings where
• all parties expressly agree; or
• all claims made under same arbitration agreement; or
• same parties, in connection with same legal relationship and the consolidation arbitrator finds arbitration agreements compatible
Article 15(1)
On request by party, SCC Board can consolidate newly commended SCC arbitration with pending arbitration where
• parties agree; or
• all claims are made under same arbitration agreement; or
• relief sought arises out of the same transaction/series of transactions and SCC Board finds arbitration agreements compatible
Article 8.1
On request by party and only if all parties agree
Article 22.1(ix; x) Subject to approval by LCIA where:
• all parties consent; or
• LCIA arbitrations commenced under same/compatible arbitration agreement between same parties; and no tribunal appointed or composed of same arbitrators
Article 4.1
The SCAI Court can consolidate pending arbitrations and will take into account all relevant circumstances, including links between the cases and the progress made in the proceedings
Not available Article 4.20
Upon request of the parties until Terms of Reference are signed where
• both cases are proceeding at the CAM-CCBC and have the same purpose or cause of action; or
• same parties and causes of action are present in two arbitrations but subject matter of one is broader
Rule 3.13
Upon request of any party and after consultation with the parties where
• parties have agreed to consolidation; or
• all claims are made under same arbitration agreement; or
• claims are made under different arbitration agreements but between the same parties, the disputes arise in connection with same legal relationship and CPR finds arbitration agreements compatible
Article 11.1
Upon request of any party where two or more arbitrations are pending under the ISTAC Rules and where
• parties to the arbitrations are different and have agreed to consolidation; or
• parties to the arbitrations are the same and: 1) have agree to consolidation, or 2) all claims in the arbitrations are based on same arbitration agreement, or 3) the claims in the arbitrations are based on more than one arbitration agreement but arise in connection with same legal relationship and are compatible
Rule 10.1
Upon request of any party or if Director deems appropriate where
• parties have agreed to consolidation; or
• all claims in the arbitrations are made under same arbitration agreement; or
• claims are made under more than one arbitration agreement but dispute arises in connection with same legal relationships and Director finds arbitration agreements compatible
Tribunal's discretion to
order Interim Measures
Article 28.1
On request by any party the tribunal has power to order any interim or conservatory measure tribunal deems appropriate
Rule 30.1
On request by any party the tribunal has power to order or award any injunction or any other interim relief it deems appropriate; tribunal may ask for security from requesting party
Article 23.2
On request by any party the tribunal has power to order any interim measures tribunal deems necessary or appropriate
Article 33.1
On request by any party the tribunal has power to order any interim or conservatory measure or amend, suspend or revoke any such measure
Article 24.1
On request by any party the tribunal has power to order any interim or conservatory measure tribunal deems necessary
Article 37(1)
On request by any party the tribunal has power to order any interim measure tribunal deems appropriate
Article 25.1
On request by any party the tribunal has power to order any interim or conservatory measure, amend, suspend or revoke any such measure, unless the parties have agreed otherwise
Article 25.1
On request by any party the tribunal has power to order:
• respondent to provide security for all or part of the amount in dispute
• preservation, storage, sale or disposal of property or thing under control of any party and relating to arbitration
• provisional relief subject to final award
Article 26.1
On request by any party the tribunal has power to order any interim measure tribunal deems appropriate or modify, suspend or terminate any interim measure granted
Article 31.1
On request by any party the tribunal has power to issue provisional orders or take other interim or conservatory measures tribunal deems necessary
Article 8
On request by any party, tribunal has the power to grant injunctive and anticipatory measures
Rule 13
On request by any party, tribunal has power to order interim measures it deems necessary
Article 31.2
On request by any party, tribunal has power to grant interim measures it deems appropriate
Introductory Provision 1, Article 26 UNCITRAL Rules
On request by any party, tribunal has power to grant interim measures
ConfidentialityArticle 22.3
No confidentiality provision binding parties or arbitrators, but any party can apply for confidentiality of proceedings, or to protect trade secrets or confidential information;
ICC publishes all awards unless one party objects
Rule 39
All matters relating to proceedings and award, disclosure permitted in limited circumstances
Article 45
Covers any information about the arbitration, an award or emergency decision, with disclosure permitted in limited circumstances. Confidentiality extends to all parties, party representatives, tribunal and HKIAC as well as any emergency arbitrator, expert, witness and tribunal secretary
Article 16.2
Arbitrators have the duty to keep all information acquired in the course of their duties confidential
Article 37.2
Any party can apply for confidentiality of proceedings, or to protect trade secrets or confidential information
Article 3
SCC, tribunal and any administrative secretary maintain confidentiality of arbitration and award, unless otherwise agreed by parties
Article 44
All matters concerning the arbitration, including its existence, disclosure permitted in limited circumstances
Article 30
Awards and any materials in proceedings are confidential; disclosure permitted in limited circumstances
Article 44
Awards, orders and any materials in proceedings are confidential, unless otherwise agreed; disclosure permitted in limited circumstances
Article 41.1
Awards, orders and any materials in proceedings are confidential, unless otherwise agreed; disclosure permitted in limited circumstances
Article 14
Proceedings are confidential; exceptions are statutory provisions, express agreement by parties and protection of the right of a party involved in the arbitration
Rule 20
Unless parties agree otherwise, proceedings are confidential except in case of judicial proceedings ancillary to arbitration, statutory provision to the contrary, or protection of legal rights of a party
Article 21.1
Proceedings are confidential; at request of a party, tribunal can take necessary measures to protect confidential information
Rule 16
All matters relating to proceedings, except where disclosure is necessary for implementation and enforcement of the award or disclosure is required of a party by a legal duty
Time limit for issuing
award
Article 31.1
Within 6 months from date of last signature of Terms of Reference
Rule 32.3
Tribunal to give draft award to Registrar within 45 days from close of proceedings; award to be delivered as soon as practicable afterwards following Registrar comments
Article 31.2
No later than three months from the date when the tribunal declares the entire proceedings or the relevant phase of the proceedings closed, as applicable. Extendable by party agreement or by HKIAC in appropriate circumstances
No time limit Article 30.1
60 days from the closing of the hearing, unless otherwise agreed, specified by law or determined by Administrator
Article 43
Within 6 months from date of referral to tribunal
Article 37
Tribunal shall send award to DIS for review within three months after the last hearing or last authorized submission, whichever is later
No time limitNo time limit Article 36.2
6 months from receipt of file by sole arbitrator /chair
Article 10.1
60 days after receipt of final arguments
Rule 15.8.a
Awards should generally be rendered within two months after close of proceedings
Article 33.1
6 months after the completion of signature on the Terms of Reference or after the notification of the approval of the Terms of Reference to the Tribunal
Rule 12.2
Arbitral tribunal has to submit draft of final award to Director for technical review within three months after closing of proceedings
Expedited / summary
procedure
Articles 30.2, 30.3
Unless parties opt out or ICC Court finds application inappropriate, expedited procedure rules apply if amount in dispute does not exceed 2,000,000 US$ or parties agree
Rule 5
Expedited procedure available if applied for prior to the constitution of tribunal and where
• amount in dispute below S$ 6,000,000;
• parties agree; or
• case of exceptional urgency
Articles 42, 43
Expedited procedure available prior to formation of tribunal in limited circumstances. Early determination procedure available to summarily decide on one or more points of law/fact
Article 45
Available if the parties agree on expedited procedures no later than the submission of the Answer to the Statement of Claim
Article 1.4
Unless parties opt out or Administrator finds application inappropriate, expedited procedure rules apply if no disclosed claim or counterclaim exceeds 250,000 US$ or parties agree
Rules for Expedited Arbitrations applicable if parties expressly agreeArticle 1.4, Annex 4
Available if the parties agree on application of Annex 4
Article 9A
Expedited tribunal available in exceptional urgency
Article 42
Available if parties agree on expedited procedures or if amount in dispute does not exceed CHF 1,000,000, unless the SCAI Court decides otherwise
Article 12.1
On request by party expedited tribunal available
Not availableAccelerated Rule 1.1
Global Rules for Accelerated Commercial Arbitration (International) apply where the parties have incorporated the Rules in the arbitration agreement (parties can agree on further conditions)
Article 1 of the ISTAC Fast Track Arbitration Rules
Fast Track Rules apply where:
• amount in dispute does not exceed 300,000.00 ₺, or
• the parties so agree
Rule 1.1 of the AIAC Fast Track Arbitration Rules
Fast Track Rules apply where parties have agreed
Availability of emergency
arbitrator
Article 29 and Appendix V
Prior to arbitration file being transmitted to tribunal
Schedule 1, paragraph 1
Prior to constitution of tribunal
Article 23, Schedule 4
Prior to the commencement of arbitration or the constitution of tribunal
Not available Article 6
Prior to constitution of tribunal
Appendix II, Article 1(1)
Prior to arbitration file being transmitted to tribunal
Not available Article 9B Emergency, unless arbitration agreed before 1 Oct 2014 and parties did not 'opt-in'; or parties agreed to 'opt-out'Article 43.1
Prior to the constitution of tribunal
Not available Not availableRule 14
Prior to constitution of tribunal
Article 1.1 of the ISTAC Emergency Arbitrator Rules
Prior to transmission of the file to the tribunal
Rule 8.2, Schedule 3
Prior to constitution of tribunal
Cost allocationArticles 38.4, 38.5
Tribunal has discretion and will consider relevant factors including conduct of parties
Rule 35.1, 37
Tribunal has discretion concerning costs of arbitration, unless otherwise agreed by parties; tribunal has full discretion regarding the parties' legal costs
Articles 34.3, 34.4
Tribunal has discretion and will consider relevant factors, including any third party funding arrangement
Article 38.2
Tribunal has discretion, unless otherwise agreed by parties, and will consider relevant factors, including conduct of parties
Article 34
Tribunal has discretion and will consider the circumstances of the case.
Article 49(6), 50
Unless otherwise agreed by the parties , tribunal has discretion and will consider the outcome and other relevant circumstances
Article 33.2. 33.3
Tribunal has discretion and shall take into account all circumstances it considers to be relevant, including the outcome of the arbitration and conduct of parties
Article 28.4
Tribunal has discretion, with general principle that costs reflect parties' relative success and failures in the award
Articles 40.1, 40.2
Costs of arbitration shall be borne by unsuccessful party, unless tribunal finds apportionment reasonable; tribunal has full discretion regarding parties’ legal costs
Appendix, Article 4
Tribunal has discretion
Article 10.4.1
Discretion of the tribunal if not determined in Terms of Reference
Rule 19
Discretion of the tribunal unless otherwise agreed by the parties
Article 41.1
Discretion of the tribunal
Article 13.9
Discretion of the tribunal
MediationICC Mediation Rules available; recommended mediation clauses availableSIAC-SIMC Arb-Med-Arb Protocol available; recommended Arb-Med-Arb clause availableHKIAC Mediation Rules available. Recommended mediation clause available.Vienna Mediation Rules available. Recommended mediation clause available. International Mediation rules available. Recommended mediation clause available. SCC Mediation Rules available. Recommended mediation clause available. DIS Mediation Rules available. Recommended mediation clause available. LCIA Mediation Rules available. Recommended mediation clauses availableSwiss Rules of Commercial Mediation available. Recommended mediation clause available. Not available CAM-CCBC Mediation Rules 2016 available; recommended multi-tier clauses availableRule 21
Mediation available at any stage of the proceedings; recommended multi-step clauses available
ISTAC Mediation Rules availableAIAC Mediation Rules 2018 available; Med-Arb Procedure available; recommended model clauses available
Languages spoken at
the Secretariat other
than English
"all major languages" including Arabic, Chinese, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and SpanishBahasa Indonesia, Chinese, French, Hindi, Korean, Lithuanian, Malay, Russian and TagalogMandarin, Cantonese, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Arabic, and SwedishItalian, French, Polish, Spanish, Russian, Czech and Slovak (case administration in German and English)"world's business languages"Swedish and RussianGerman (no further information available)No information availableFrench, German, Italian (no further information available)Arabic (no further information available)Portuguese, Spanish, FrenchNo information availableTurkishBahasa Indonesian, Bahasa Malay, Cantonese, French, German, Hindi, Mandarin, Odia, Russian, Spanish, Tamil
Number of cases
submitted to in 2018
/ year with numbers
available
842402286 (excluding domain name disputes submitted to the HKIAC)64993152162317100 (in 2015)161101No information availableNo information available90 (arbitration only)
Average costs
(administrative +
tribunal's fees)
at 1 million US$
amount in dispute
141,472.00 (max.: 215,725.00) US$~130,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 1,37 SGD)
Maximum fees (acc. to schedule 3): ~164,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 7,85 HK$)
Min.-max. fees: ~91,000.00-121.000,00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0.89 EUR)
18,975.00 + X US$
(standard administrative fee schedule + arbitrators' fees (Case Administrator designates appropriate hourly rate of tribunal's fees))
~124,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0.89 EUR)
~99,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0,89 EUR)
Fees at hourly rates; average fees acc. to LCIA costs statistics if amount in dispute < 1 million US$: ~32,000.00 US$~140,693.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0.97 CHF)
Min.-max. fees: ~21,000.00-58,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 3,67 AED)
~52,000.00 USD
(at 1 US$ = 4,16 R$)
No fixed arbitrator fees~54,000.00 USD
(at 1US$=5,74 ₺)
119,300.00 USD [+ SST (6%)]
Average costs
(administrative +
tribunal's fees)
at 10 million US$
amount in dispute
397,367.00 (max.: 619,715.00) US$~307,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 1,37 SGD)
Maximum fees (acc. to schedule 3): ~397,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 7,85 HK$)
Min.-max. fees: ~247,000.00-333,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0.89 EUR)
28,750.00 + X US$
(standard administrative fee schedule + arbitrators' fees (Case Administrator designates appropriate hourly rate of tribunal's fees))
~334,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0.89 EUR)
~323,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0,89 EUR)
Fees at hourly rates; average fees acc. to LCIA costs statistics if amount in dispute between 1 and 10 million US$: ~79,000 US$~405,357.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0.97 CHF)
Min.-max. fees: ~59,000.00-153,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 3,67 AED)
~97,000.00 USD
(at 1 US$ = 4,16 R$)
No fixed arbitrator fees~155,000.00 USD
(at 1US$=5,74 ₺)
300,100.00 USD [+ SST (6%)]
Average costs
(administrative +
tribunal's fees)
at 100 million US$
amount in dispute
744,727.00 (max.: 1,154,875.00) US$~658,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 1,37 SGD)
Maximum fees (acc. to schedule 3): ~845,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 7,85 HK$)
Min.-max. fees: ~596,000.00-798.000,00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0.89 EUR)
42,250.00 + X US$
(standard administrative fee schedule + arbitrators' fees (Case Administrator designates appropriate hourly rate of tribunal's fees))
~618.000,00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0.89 EUR)
~644,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0,89 EUR)
Fees at hourly rates; average fees acc. to LCIA costs statistics if amount in dispute between 10 and 100 million US$: ~185,000.00 US$~821,623.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 0.97 CHF)
Min.-max. fees: ~128,000.00-316,000.00 US$
(at 1 US$ = 3,67 AED)
~184,000.00 USD
(at 1 US$ = 4,16 R$)
No fixed arbitrator fees~252,000.00 USD
(at 1US$=5,74 ₺)
634,100.00 USD [+ SST (6%)]
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