1) any royalty in an internal relations case whose payment or amount depends on obtaining a divorce or the amount of support or assistance or installation of real estate; Or, on July 23, 2015, South Korea`s Supreme Court ruled that quota royalty agreements for criminal representation were not concluded, contrary to public policy, in accordance with Article 103 of South Korea`s Civil Law.  The verdict was unanimous, four judges were separated.  The decision sparked a great outcry from criminal defence lawyers, particularly former judges and prosecutors, who were able to collect very high success fees because clients believed that their connections could help them win the case.  In the English legal system, a conditional fee is generally referred to as a conditional royalty agreement or, informally, by the public and the press, “no win no fee”. The usual form of this agreement is that the lawyer has a dispute provided that, if lost, no payment is made. Alternatively, the client may enter into a fee contract with the lawyer based on an hourly count with an additional success fee to be paid in the event of a successful conclusion of the dispute. In England, the cost of success must be more than 100% of the contractual hours.  This is contrary to the U.S. contingency tax, which grants the retained lawyer a percentage of the damage recovered by the lawyer`s client.  Lord Justice Jackson in part recommended the introduction of contingency fees because he considered it desirable that the parties to the proceedings have maximum financing methods, particularly where CFA success fees and ATE insurance premiums can no longer be recovered from the losing party (see “Conditional Pricing Agreements (CFA s) / after the “event” (ATE) insurance”). (2) a conditional tax for the representation of a defendant in criminal proceedings. Most jurisdictions in the United States prohibit working against a conditional criminal charge or certain types of family law claims, as outlined in Rule 1.5 (d) model rules for professional behaviour of the American Bar Association.
 However, some jurisdictions allow contingency fees in criminal cases. It depends on the lawyer, the nature of the case and the pricing agreement. In the United States, contingency costs are less common in personal injury and other types of litigation. A contingency tax is a form of payment to a lawyer for his legal services. Unlike fixed-hour fees, lawyers receive, under a conditional royalty scheme, a percentage of the amount of money their client receives if he wins or settles his case. In other words, in a contingency fee agreement, the lawyer receives compensation only if the lawyer has successfully represented the client. In addition, the amount the lawyer receives depends on the outcome of the lawyer and, often, on the stage of the litigation at which the dispute is settled.