A commercial property landlord has been granted a court order requiring a tenant to leave the premises after a judge ruled that the notice to terminate the lease, which gave a period of just under six months, was valid under common law.
Court of Session Outer House 4 October 2019
A contractor which claimed the Scottish government acted unlawfully in giving taxpayers' money to a competitor in the purchase of a Highland industrial yard has had a £25 million damages action dismissed.
Court of Session Outer House 30 September 2019
Prisoner who applied for early release on ground of previously successful curfew has judicial review petition refused
A short-term prisoner who was refused early release under Home Detention Curfew (HDC) under the Prisoners and Criminal Proceedings (Scotland) Act 1993 has had his petition against the decision rejected.
Court of Session Outer House 13 August 2019
A Scottish local authority which entered into missives for the sale of land to a property developer and subsequently granted planning permission for the redevelopment of the site was not entitled to rescind the contract on the basis that the appropriate fee had not been paid when the planning application was submitted.
Court of Session Outer House 10 January 2019
Prisoner entitled to reparation after prison service failed to protect him from attack by fellow inmate
A prisoner who was assaulted in jail after warning a prison officer that a fellow inmate had threatened to “smash his f****** Polish face in” is entitled to damages, the Court of Session has ruled.
Court of Session Outer House 23 August 2017
The Court of Session has refused to allow the relatives of a mechanical fitter who died as a result of exposure to asbestos to amend their claim in their personal injury action for damages against the state.
Court of Session Outer House 20 April 2017