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Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010

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Rule 62 Liability for recoverable arbitration expenses D

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62(1)The tribunal may make an award allocating the parties' liability between themselves for the recoverable arbitration expenses (or any part of those expenses).

(2)When making an award under this rule, the tribunal must have regard to the principle that expenses should follow a decision made in favour of a party except where this would be inappropriate in the circumstances.

(3)Until such an award is made (or where the tribunal chooses not to make such an award) in respect of recoverable arbitration expenses (or any part of them), the parties are, as between themselves, each liable—

(a)for an equal share of any such expenses for which the parties are liable under rule 60, and

(b)for their own legal and other expenses.

(4)This rule does not affect—

(a)the parties' several liability for fees and expenses under rule 60, or

(b)the liability of any party to any other third party.

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