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Greens Civil Practice Bulletin

Greens Civil Practice Bulletin
Practice Area: Litigation, Scottish Law
ISSN: 1357-2768
Published by: W. Green
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Format: Journal
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The Civil Practice Bulletin gives Scottish practitioners guidance on both sheriff court and Court of Session rules and procedures.
The following columns are regularly featured: Editorial; Comment; Practice Points; Statutory Instruments; Court of Session Cases; Sheriff Court Cases.

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CONTENTS


Comment
-several defenders - the hidden dangers - new commercial court rules - section 1 orders - the new rules
Practice points
Statutory instruments
-Act of Sederunt (Rules of the Court of Session Ammendment No 1) (Procedure for offers to make ammends)
-Act of Sederunt (Ordinairy Cause Rules)
Ammendment (European Matrimonial and Parental Responsibility Jurisdictions & Judgements)
Court of Session Cases
Sheriff Court Cases

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