Costs in international arbitration: overview

An overview of the principles governing the recovery of costs in international arbitration. This note explains what costs are, looking in particular at the arbitrators' fees and expenses, institution fees and party costs, and considers the allocation of costs through costs agreements and by the arbitral tribunal. The note also details costs awards following interlocutory applications and orders, and security for costs.


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