Property Law

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Old CollegeThu 9 June 202217:00 - 19:00 (BST) Join Edinburgh Law School for an Alumni & Friends Discussion with Professor David Fox, Professor of Common Law at the University of Edinburgh, and Lord Hodge, Deputy President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, to explore the question: What

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The Lands Tribunal for Scotland has rejected an application by a landowner for the discharge of a real burden that would have deprived three proprietors in Glasgow's West End of their servitude right of use of a garden. The real burden bound owners in a disposition from 1882 "not to erect any buildi

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The Faculty of Advocates has supported reform of the law on moveable transactions, and an end to the use of “work-arounds”. Currently, it can be difficult for businesses in Scotland to raise money using moveable assets, ie property other than land and buildings such as plant, intellectua

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