Monthly Archives: March 2003

(403)  RELIGION IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE (NOT)

RELIGION IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE (NOT) The Roman Catholic Church withdrew its petition for judicial review (see No 393) on 19 November 2004, having reached agreement with North Lanarkshire Council on the designs for joint campus primary schools in the diocese … Continue reading

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(402)  CIVIL PARTNERSHIP ACT

The Civil Partnership Bill (for which see No 341) reached the Westminster statute book when it received Royal Assent on 18 November 2004 (on the same day as the Hunting Act, abolishing fox-hunting in England & Wales, and the Civil … Continue reading

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(401)   CONFIDENCE IN RELIANCE

CONFIDENCE IN RELIANCE   Kevin Dunion, the Scottish Information Commissioner, issued his first decision on 24 November 2004, following an appeal under the Code of Practice on Access to Scottish Executive Information, a non-statutory precursor to the Freedom of Information … Continue reading

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(398)  BARON COURT OF PRESTOUNGRANGE ON THE ABOLITION OF FEUDALISM

The Baron Court of Prestoungrange has published on the Internet an opinion of the court on the question of what jurisdiction it will have after the abolition of feudalism on 28 November 2004.  Interested readers are referred to http://www.dynastic-law.com/scot.html.  The … Continue reading

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(397)  NEW DEAN FOR THE FACULTY OF ADVOCATES

Roy Martin QC has been elected Dean of the Faculty of Advocates in succession to Colin Campbell QC, who resigned in October.  (15 November 2004) 

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