Commentary

63 Security for costs and payment into court

ARBITRATION AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION vol 3(1)
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63 Security for costs and payment into court

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63 Security for costs and payment into court

An applicant or appellant may be required to provide security for the costs of an application under the Arbitration Act 1996 Sections 67 to 691 if there is a ‘real risk’ that assets are not readily available to satisfy any costs order made against the applicant2. The court may also order that any money payable under an award is to be paid into court or otherwise secured pending the determination of the application3.

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