There is no regulation or authority that deals with eligible costs in the context of an TPF arbitration proceeding, so a court may not be empowered to award fees on the basis of an increase in costs to the funder on the basis of a favourable right (although such a sentence may be rendered in some jurisdictions under ICC rules). For this reason, Augusta generally does not require applicants to be required to purchase after the event insurance (ATE) to cover the risk of an arbitration premium. There are also no rules requiring a funder to cover any adverse costs in the event of a failed application or whether a TPF agreement may be a reason for cost covering, particularly in cases where the funder is not required to respond to potential adverse costs. However, this provision should be considered by a court when an application for cost guarantee is made, even if it is not in itself conclusive on the financial status of a party. TPF in the ADGM, if the 2015 .B (ADGM Courts Regulations) are authorised by the application of Article 225 of Article 225 of the ADGM, Civil evidence, judgments, enforcement and judicial appointments (ADGM Courts Regulations), unless the case involves proceedings that cannot be subject to an enforceable conditional royalty agreement, or a procedure expressly prescribed by the Chief Justice that other criteria are met. But one thing is certain: with third-party funds currently available in Singapore and Hong Kong, the global market will only grow if financing is increasingly used and market demands change. This is an interesting time for the financing market. In the pending dispute in the Braunschweig Regional Court, Volkswagen argued that Financialright`s approach is a combination of collection of rights and third-party funds, which violates German legal services law. Because car owners do not have to pay lawyers, Financialright essentially funds the debt against part of the product; However, it is also trying to remove the right to do so. Volkswagen believes that the claims must therefore be dismissed because the violation of German legal services law renders the agreement to transfer the rights in question inoperative.

Volkswagen and Financialright have reportedly each retained four experts on the issue, many of whom have published articles on the subject in recent months. (5) As an illustration, Sweden has recently considered a positive step towards TPF regulation. Although it is highly doubtful that a specific national regulation will soon be put in place, given that the practice is not developed in-house, “Swedish law can draw conclusions about TPF in the context of international arbitrations established in Sweden and on the prospective emergence of a national financing market.”