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Emma King

New tribunal to hear housing disputes

It was interesting to hear that the Scottish Government’s forthcoming Housing Bill will include plans to create a new housing tribunal, designed to act as a specialist decision maker for disputes in the private rented sector (PRS).

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Women win bedroom tax challenge

Two women have won a legal challenge against the effects of the controversial bedroom tax, reports the Daily Record.

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Billy Smith

Compensation agreed for victims of CPP mis-selling

Following the latest mis-selling scandal to hit the UK financial services sector, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced that it has reached an agreement with Card Protection Plan Limited (CPP) and 13 high street banks and credit card issuers over compensation to customers who were mis-sold CPP’s Card Protection and Identity Protection policies.

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Karianne Falconer

Family at war over inheritance

A family is caught up in a bitter court battle over an estate thought to be worth around £7 million, reports the Telegraph.

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Collective redress mechanisms advisable, says EU

The European Commission has set out a series of common, non-binding principles for collective redress mechanisms in the Member States so that citizens and companies can enforce the rights granted to them under EU law where these have been infringed.

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Billy Smith

Damage claims for antitrust violations

The European Commission has adopted a proposal for a Directive on how citizens and companies can claim damages when they are victims of infringements of the EU antitrust rules, such as cartels and abuses of a dominant market position.

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Rules for Visiting Court


Most people do not want to have to go to court if they can possibly help it. Courts are forbidding places (as they are meant to be) and as most people have little or no experience of them, they seem to be alien environment.

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Emma King

Call for evidence on the new Tribunals Bill

The Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee has published a call for evidence on the Tribunals (Scotland) Bill, asking for views from those who sit on, use or have had any experience of tribunals, on the proposed new structure for devolved tribunals in Scotland.

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Trading rules tightened before Commonwealth Games

Businesses in and around Commonwealth Games venues should watch out for draft regulations that have been published by the Scottish Government.

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Tribunal reform legislation published

Following a consultation exercise carried out in Spring 2012, the Scottish Parliament has now published legislation to create a more user-friendly and simplified structure for Scotland’s tribunals.

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Billy Smith

Court reforms set to make litigation quicker and more efficient in Scotland

The changes to litigation procedure, known as the Act of Sederunt (Rules of the Court of Session Amendment No. 5) (Miscellaneous) 2012, were approved by the Scottish Parliament last month.

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