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Rules of arbitation and conciliation International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber Vienna (Vienna Rules)
Rules of arbitration - Translation from the authentic german text

General provisions

Jurisdiction*)

Article 1

Organization

Article 2

Article 3

Article 4

Arbitrators

Article 5

Arbitral proceedings

Commencement of the Proceedings

Article 6

Article 7

Time-Limits, Service and Communications

Article 8

Nomination and Appointment of Arbitrators

Article 9

Article 10

Challenge of Arbitrators

Article 11

Termination of the Mandate of Arbitrators

Article 12

Article 13

Conduct of the Proceedings

Article 14

Article 15

Article 16

Article 17

The Award

Article 18

Article 19

Article 20

Article 21

Costs of the proceedings

Costs and Deposits

Article 22

Article 23

Article 24

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

Rules of arbitation and conciliation International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber Vienna (Vienna Rules)

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Rules of arbitation and conciliation International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber Vienna (Vienna Rules)
Rules of arbitration - Translation from the authentic german text

Costs of the proceedings

Costs and Deposits

Article 24

1. The administrative costs of the Centre and the arbitrators' fees shall be fixed on the basis of the amount in dispute according to the schedules of costs attached to these Rules. Cash outlays (such as experts' fees, travelling and subsistence expenses of arbitrators and experts, rental amounts, costs of minuting, interpretation and translation) shall be determined according to the actual expenditure.

2. For the purpose of calculating the administrative costs and the arbitrators' fees, the amounts in dispute in respect of the claim and counter-claim shall be added if the parties each pay half of the deposit against costs fixed by the Secretary. If that is not the case, the deposits against costs in respect of the claim and counter-claim shall be calculated separately.

3. A separate calculation shall also be made if the claims presented in the counter-claim bear no relation to the claims presented in the statement of claims.

4. If there are more than two parties to proceedings, the rates for the administrative costs of the Centre and the arbitrators' fees contained in the schedules attached to these Rules shall be increased by 10% for each additional party.

5. In the case of proceedings conducted concerning a number of individual claims or counter-claims, the Secretary may make a separate calculation of the arbitrators' fees according to the amounts in dispute in respect of the individual claims.

6. The rates quoted in the schedule for arbitrators' fees are the fees for sole arbitrators. In any case they shall be raised to two-and-a-half times the amounts quoted if an arbitral tribunal is appointed and up to three times those amounts in the event of the particular difficulty of a case.


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