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The Law Society of Scotland Directory of Expert Witnesses 2013
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References in the 3rd edition relate to legislation which is imminently expected. In the meantime practitioners should refer to Ch.15 of the second edition for advice on summary cause practice.
The chapter is reproduced and available to view in the attached PDF.
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The Law Journal of the Scottish Universities
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