Arbitration Act 2010
Security for costs.
19.— (1) Without prejudice to the generality of Article 19, the arbitral tribunal may, unless otherwise agreed by the parties, order a party to provide security for the costs of the arbitration.
(2) A party shall not be ordered by an arbitral tribunal to provide security for the costs of the arbitration solely on the ground that the party is—
(a) an individual who is domiciled, habitually resident, or carrying on business outside the State, or
(b) a body corporate established under a law of a place other than the State or whose central management and control is situated outside the State.