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The real estate law review - Scotland

United Kingdom - April 18 2012 There is only one form of ownership of real estate in Scotland: that of outright ownership; however, property held on outright ownership – known as ‘heritable property’ – can either be used by the owner or occupied by a tenant under an occupational lease.

Michael Henderson, Ann Stewart.