Alistair Drummond

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A rise in health and safety fines in Scotland?

United Kingdom - November 24 2016 In a recent ruling the Criminal Appeal Court in Scotland determined that Scottish Courts should fix penalties for health and safety offences by…

Jennifer Talbot.

Back to basics: enforcing a judgment in Scotland

United Kingdom - October 26 2016 The aim of a payment action is to recover monies due. Obtaining a positive judgment from the court is just the first step in that process. The party…

Hazel Moffat.

Back to basics... The Scottish Civil Justice System

United Kingdom - February 17 2016 Scotland has its own civil justice system, which differs significantly from that in England and Wales both in terms of process and terminology. It is…

Gavin Deeprose.

Dilapidations: The landlord strikes back

United Kingdom - January 26 2016 A trilogy of cases over recent years have established that tenants will only have to pay dilapidations if the landlord can satisfy them, or…

Drew Wallace, Sheila Irvine, Steven Edgecombe.

Dilapidations case law update: judgement continues recent trend in favour of tenants

United Kingdom - March 27 2015 This case, which was heard in the Outer House of the Court of Session by Lord Doherty, follows on from two recent high profile Scottish dilapidations…

Drew Wallace.