The Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 makes significant changes to the Scottish civil courts, aimed at modernising and enhancing efficiency. 

This month sees major reforms, including the introduction of a new £100,000 minimum threshold for actions raised in the Court of Session and changes to the way in which judicial review procedure operates. To help you keep track, we’ve summarised key reforms over the next 6 months and beyond.

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