Advising Bank Charges (Who Pays?)

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we are the applicant for a Standby LC to protect the Beneficiary if we dont pay their invoices.

The bene wants it Advised.

Who pays the Advising Bank Fees? 

How does this mechanism work? 


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charges will be paid as stipulated in field ( 71b )

but, in case that beneficiary refused to pay any charges or fees the issuing bank remains liable for payment of charges according to article 37 under ucp 600 and consequently will be deducted from applicant's account.

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Hi Friend,

Charges, costs, fees should be contractually stated. Normally applicant pay for the issuing bank costs and beneficiary for the advising bank, a sort of Share, but no hamper to divide them differently. UCP 600 only state who is responsible for this cost, in case of a beneficiary refuses to pay.

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pdvsa's picture
Joined: 04/26/2010

Pan, thank you for the response.  If the contract value has already been agreed upon and this Advising cost was not included then I believe we will pay it. 

Correct me if I am wrong: we issue the SBLC and Bank Advises to bene then bene bank debits our bank for Advising cost  who in turn charges us.  Do you know if this is correct? 

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Joined: 03/28/2012
Advising Bank charges


In normal course an SBLC contains a clause for charges, for eg:"ALL BANK CHARGES OUTSIDE THE ISSUING BANK ARE FOR THE BENEFICIARY’S ACCOUNT."...

If you agree to bear the charges as applicant, you may do so by mentioning it while issuing SBLC.


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