This chapter discusses the provisions of the Scottish Arbitration Rules governing arbitration fees and expenses. Part 7 of the Scottish Arbitration Rules clarifies the definitions of fees and expenses incurred in arbitration and specifies who is responsible for paying them to protect arbitrators. Rule 59 contains a default provision defining the term ‘arbitration expenses’ incurred in arbitration proceedings. In accordance with that rule, ‘arbitration expenses’ means the arbitrators' fees and expenses for which the parties are liable under Rule 60; any expenses incurred by the arbitral tribunal when conducting the arbitration for which the parties are liable under Rule 60; the parties' legal expenses as well as other expenses; and the fees and expenses of any arbitral appointments referee, and any other third party to whom the parties give powers in relation to the arbitration for which the parties are liable under Rule 60. This provision also applies to any fees and expenses incurred by an arbitral appointment referee and arbitration institutions in connection with the arbitration.
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