仲裁委员会仲裁收费办法 ARBITRATION FEE COLLECTION MEASURES OF ARBITRATION COMMISSIONS
（Promulgated by the State Council on July 28，1995）
颁布日期：19950728 实施日期：19950728 颁布单位：国务院办公厅
Article 1 These Measures are formulated for the purpose of regulating the collection of arbitration fees by the arbitration commissions.
Article 2 When a party applies for arbitration， he shall pay arbitration fees to the arbitration commission in accordance with the provisions of these Measures. Arbitration fees shall include fees for accepting a case and for processing a case.
Article 3 The fees for accepting a case shall be used to pay the arbitrators and maintain the necessary expenditures for normal operation of the arbitration commission.
Article 4 The applicant shall， within 15 days of receiving the acceptance notification from the arbitration commission， pay in advance the fees for accepting the case in accordance with the provisions of the Table of Fees for Accepting Arbitration Cases. The respondent shall， while in the process of raising a counter-claim， pay in advance the fees for accepting the case in accordance with the provisions of the Table of Fees for Accepting Arbitration Cases.
A detailed fee standard for accepting cases shall be determined by the arbitration commission within the extent described in the Table of Fees for Accepting Arbitration Cases， and reported to the price administration department of the people's governments of the province， autonomous region or municipality directly under the central government where the arbitration commission is located for examination and approval.
Article 5 The dispute amount mentioned in the Table of Fees for Accepting Arbitration Cases shall be the amount applied for by the applicant； if the amount applied for is inconsistent with the factual dispute amount， the factual dispute amount shall be used.
If the dispute amount has not yet been determined when an arbitration is requested， the arbitration commission shall， on the basis of the specific rights and interests involved in the dispute， determine the fee to be paid in advance for accepting the case.
Article 6 If a party has difficulties in paying the fee for accepting the case， the party may apply for delay of payment， which may be granted with the approval of the arbitration commission.
If a party neither pays the fee for accepting the case within the period set forth in Paragraph 1 of Article 4， nor applies for a delay of payment， it shall be deemed that the application for arbitration is withdrawn.
Article 7 The fees for processing the case shall include：
（1） the living， transportation， and other reasonable expenses required for the arbitrators' business trip or hearing for processing of the arbitration case；
（2） the living and transportation expenses and compensation for witnesses， identifiers， translators， and other persons whose presence is necessary in the hearing；
（3） fees for consultation， appraisal， examination， and translation；
（4） expenses for duplication or service of the materials or documents involved in the case； and
（5） other reasonable expenses that should be borne by the parties.
The fees for processing the case described in Items （2） and （3） of this Article shall be paid in advance by the party who raises the application.
Article 8 The fee standards for processing cases shall be carried out according to the relevant state provisions； in the absence of state provisions， fees shall be charged according to actual reasonable expenditures.
Article 9 The arbitration expenses shall， in principle， be borne by the losing party； if a party partially wins and partially loses the case， the arbitration tribunal shall determine the proportion of arbitration fees to be borne by each party according to the degree of liability of each party. If the parties become reconciled or the case is settled through conciliation by the arbitration tribunal， the parties may make an agreement of the proportion of the arbitration expenses to be borne by each party.
The arbitration tribunal shall state clearly in the conciliation statement or award the final amount of arbitration expenses to be paid by each party.
Article 10 No fees shall be charged by the arbitration commission when the arbitration tribunal agrees to conduct re arbitration under Article 61 of the Arbitration Law.
No fees shall be charged by the arbitration tribunal for any legal correction of literal or computational errors， or of addition of items that were adjudicated but failed to be included in the award.
Article 11 If an applicant has been notified in writing to appear in the hearings but fails to do so without justified reason， or if the applicant exits the hearings midway without permission of the arbitration tribunal， it shall be deemed that the application for arbitration has been withdrawn， and the fees either for accepting the case or for processing the case shall not be returned.
Article 12 If the applicant withdraws the application or the parties reach a reconciliation on their own initiative after the arbitration commission accepts an application but before the formation of the arbitration tribunal， the fees for accepting the case shall be returned upon with drawl of the arbitration application.
If the applicant withdraws the arbitration application or the parties reach a reconciliation on their own initiative following the formation of the arbitration tribunal， a portion of the fees for accepting the case shall be returned on the basis of the factual situation upon withdrawal of the arbitration application.
Article 13 The provisions of Articles 5 and 12 are applicable to cases where the respondent raises a counter-claim.
Article 14 When the arbitration commission collects the fee for accepting a case， it shall use the standardized fee receipt documents printed by the financial department of the people's government of province， autonomous region or municipality directly under the central government where the arbitration commission is located. The arbitration commission shall establish and perfect a financial accounting system according to relevant state provisions in order to strengthen financial management and income/expenditure management and be subject to the supervision of financial， audit， taxation， and price departments.
Article 15 These Measures shall become effective on September 1， 1995.
The Table of Fees for Accepting Arbitration Cases
Dispute Amount （RMB） Acceptance Fee （RMB）
1000 yuan or less 40——100 yuan
from 1001 to 50000 yuan 4%——5%
from 50001 to 100000 yuan 3%——4%
from 100001 to 200000 yuan 2%——3%
from 200001 to 500000 yuan 1%——2%
from 500001 to 1000000 yuan 0.5%——1%
1000001 yuan or more 0.25%——0.5%