Case Reports

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A homeowner who claimed that a Scottish local authority acted beyond its powers in imposing a condition that a property owner required to pay their share of the cost of repairs to a tenement by the time the final account for the works was issued or be liable for the full costs has had his legal chal

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A businessman is suing a Scots lawyer over the solicitor’s allegedly “negligent” advice in the purchase of a petrol station and car wash. A judge in the Court of Session allowed a proof in the action by Sajjad Soofi against Jeffrey Dykes of Glasgow solicitors’ firm Dykes, Glass and Co, over

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A mother found guilty of contempt of court and sentenced to three months' imprisonment after breaching court orders that she facilitate contact between her son and the child’s father has successfully appealed against her conviction and sentence. The Inner House of the Court of Session ruled that t

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A golfer who was seriously injured when he fell into a manhole on a course has had an action for damages against his fellow club members dismissed. Colin Taylor sued the eight members of the executive board at Colville Park Golf Club in Motherwell, not as representatives of the club, but in a person

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Ireland must recover the sum of €8 per passenger from airlines benefiting from unlawful state aid because the difference between the lower and normal rates of the Irish air travel tax constitutes unlawful aid which must be recovered regardless of the benefit the airlines actually derived from the

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EU law precludes national legislation that prescribes general and indiscriminate retention of data except in the fight against serious crime, the Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled. In Case C-698/15, Mr Tom Watson, Mr Peter Brice and Mr Geoffrey Lewis brought actions challenging the UK

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A Commission decision to dismiss a request for review of a market authorisation decision on products containing genetically modified soybeans has been backed by the General Court because the parties making the request failed to refute the Commission’s findings that: 1) there are no significant dif

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