Case Reports

1936-1945 of 1945 Articles
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The owners of a pub which had its licence revoked following several incidents of illegal drug use and public disorder have lost an appeal against the decision. The appellants claimed that the licensing board had failed to take account of and disclose a licensing standards officer’s (LSO) report in

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A chef who was injured when a wardrobe pole fell on him while he was staying in a lodge provided by his employers at a holiday park where he worked has had an action for damages refused. Judges in the Inner House of the Court of Session upheld a decision of a sheriff, who ruled that the wardrobe pol

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The Inner House of the Court of Session has published a judgment in a case which raised the issue of the extent to which a pursuer requires to establish his own title to land in circumstances where a defender whom he is trying to remove does not have any title but avers that the land may be owned by

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At the Court of Session this morning, Lord Doherty sentenced Paul Mackenzie to 10 months imprisonment following a petition and complaint by Mackenzie Hall Ltd & PRA UK Holding PTY Limited in respect of his breach of interim interdict and breach of interdict. On sentencing, Lord Doherty made the

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A landlord who was forced to go to the Inner House of the Court of Session to defend his property rights has been awarded expenses from the Lord Advocate after judges ruled that he had been “unavoidably drawn” into a “costly and prolonged litigation”. The motion for expenses against the Lord

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The parents of a man who was killed after being struck by a car as he walked across a zebra crossing have failed in an appeal over the level of damages they were awarded. Judges in the Inner House of the Court of Session refused the reclaiming motion by James Currie and Margaret Currie, who were awa

1936-1945 of 1945 Articles