Tag Archives: Juridical Review

Two cases on the continuing place for public rights of way in Scots law

In the new edition of the Juridical Review, there is a “Case and Comment” piece by Douglas Cusine and me. This considers two sheriff court cases from last year which related to claims that public rights of way existed at … Continue reading

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The Birds & the AirBnBs – some thoughts on pet birds, title conditions and short-term lets (a guest post by Andrew Todd)

This is a guest blog post by Andrew Todd, who can be found on Twitter: @AndyRTodd. It serves as a primer for a Case and Comment note he and Hannah Leslie recently contributed to the Juridical Review (the law journal … Continue reading

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A year in review and the Juridical Review – Commenting on Case and Comment

Many bloggers have a habit of writing a reflective blog post at the end of the year. I am one such blogger. This year, I have some topics that I think merit standalone blog posts. This is a post on … Continue reading

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Land law responses to the sharing economy: short-term lets and title conditions

I have an article in Issue 4 of the 2017 Juridical Review, the law journal of the Scottish Universities. Here is the abstract: Short-term lets of land are not a new phenomenon. In contrast, the processes by which many short-term … Continue reading

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