The first is that the percentage increase in basic royalties should not exceed 100%. Second, agreements relating to a trial proceeding must also include an explicit ceiling or a limit on the success tax, in reference to recovered damages. This cap is also applicable for the purposes of calculating general damages for pain compensation and loss of pain and loss of assets, with the exception of future financial damage, reduced the amounts paid to the unit of remuneration, decreased the amounts paid to the repayment unit and may not exceed 25% of these amounts. A similar scheme is adopted with respect to compensation agreements, but with an important additional requirement that must be defined in the agreement, the right to which the agreement relates, the circumstances under which payment obligations are triggered and the reasons for choosing the percentage of payment. The alternative financing agreement envisaged by the Courts and Legal Services Act of 1990 is the compensation agreement. This is not, as usual and wrongly, an agreement on the contingency tax in the purest sense of that rate. On the contrary, it provides that a client agrees to pay a certain percentage of the damage recovered in the claims to a lawyer (or lawyer or claims management company). But a customer who also claims a fee for a paid party is entitled to deduct and deduct these fees from the payment. This may mean, in some circumstances, that the customer retains all his damages and, in others, that he loses up to 25% of them. First of all, and in principle, he wishes to stress that all these agreements must be concluded in writing, even if they are not to be signed.
This must not exceed 25% of the general damages caused by the pain allowance and loss of amenities, financial losses other than future financial losses, net of the amounts paid to the repayment unit. The compensation agreement cannot impose on the client the obligation to pay more than that amount, as well as the fees paid by the agent, net of the costs recovered. As a result, if the customer terminates the contract prematurely, the only amount to be paid at that time is the cost. Disputes are subject to certain advertising obligations. For example, the Abu Dhabi Global Markets (ADGM) Courts, Civil Evidence, Judgments, Enforcement and Judicial Appoints Regulations 2015 explicitly address disputes relating to dispute financing (Article 225). One of the conditions that must be met for a process funding agreement to be valid in the GMDA is that such an agreement must not relate to procedures that cannot be subject to an enforceable conditional royalty regime, that the funding agreement must be written, that the funder must be a legal entity and that notification of the agreement must be communicated to all other parties.