Appendix III to the ICC Rules for Expertise
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The administrative expenses of the Centre for the proceedings shall be fixed by the Centre at its discretion, having regard to the tasks carried out by the Centre. The administrative expenses shall, normally, not exceed €12,000 for one expert panel proceedings and €17,000 for three expert panel proceedings, unless required otherwise by exceptional circumstances.
Fees and Expenses of the Expert
Payment obligation and consolidated cases
The deposit fixed by the Centre shall be paid by each party in full. This also applies in the case of consolidated proceedings in which there is more than one Objector and/or Applicant.
Early Termination of the Proceedings
If expertise proceedings terminate before the notification of the expert report, the Centre shall fix the costs of the expertise proceedings at its discretion, taking into account the stage attained by the proceedings and any other relevant circumstances.
Amounts paid to the expert do not include any possible value added tax (VAT) or other taxes or charges and imposts applicable to the expert’s fees. Parties have a duty to pay any such taxes or charges; however, the recovery of any such charges or taxes is a matter solely between the expert and the parties. Any ICC administrative expenses may be subject to VAT or charges of a similar nature at the prevailing rate.