Monthly Archives: January 2018

Access to land and access to justice: the Scottish University Land Unit

On 25 January 2018, with limited fanfare, the Development Trusts Association Scotland made a page on its website live. You may not have heard of the Development Trusts Association Scotland (DTAS), and even if you have you may not have … Continue reading

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Evidence on Common Good Property and Funds

This is a mini blog [sign]post about a niche area of Scots property law. Last year I offered a short blog post on “Common Good Property and Funds”, which the Local Government and Communities Committee of the Scottish Parliament was … Continue reading

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Proposed Regulation of Privately-Operated Car Parks (Scotland) Bill

Murdo Fraser MSP has brought forward a “proposal for a Bill to regulate the provision of, and charging for, privately-operated car parking in Scotland” to Holyrood. I have blogged and written about this topic before. As such, I offered a … Continue reading

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My 2017 in review

Another year, yet another reflective blog post. 2017 was definitely a year, in which stuff happened. A snap UK election. Brexit machinations. Tonnes to write about. Which I won’t do here. Rather, I will do my usual and crunch the … Continue reading

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A year in review: access to justice and the Law Society of Scotland

Access to justice is important. I have blogged on the topic previously (click through the tag below, if you are interested) and dabbled with it in my writing (such as this note in the Journal of the Law Society of … Continue reading

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