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Latest Legal News

Latest Legal News

Procurement Law: The Trend Continues – Scottish Court Of Session Lifts Automatic Prohibition

Inez Manson

In Patersons of Greenoakhill Limited v South Lanarkshire Council the Court of Session has handed down a judgement which indicates that the reluctance on the part of the UK courts to maintain automatic suspensions in procurement challenges is set to continue.

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Land Reform – The Final Countdown

Richard Rennie

This Autumn is an important time for the future direction of Scotland – with a hugely important vote on 18 September to decide which turn the country takes at the constitutional crossroads.  But there is another important day later in the Autumn – 28 November.

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Governing Law And The Case Of The Disappearing £45 Million Funding Deficit

Sarah Phillips

The case of Briggs & Ors v Gleeds (Head Office) & Ors, is a salutary lesson on taking care to comply with the required formalities when executing deeds.

Around thirty deeds dated between 1993 and 2006, which were intended to amend the pension scheme documentation, were found to be invalid because the signatures of the partners in the employing partnership had not been witnessed.

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