Monthly Archives: March 2009

Publication of Macgregor report on DCFR

The report by Laura Macgregor (Edinburgh Law School) for the Scottish Government on the DCFR and Scots law was published on 5 March 2009. The report can be accessed on the Scottish Government website, here.  See further our stablemate, the … Continue reading

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Wilsonian statutory interpretation and banking insolvency

The writer was never lectured by the late Professor WA Wilson on the topic of statutory interpretation, but has read with great pleasure his many articles on the subject (detailed in note 1 to Professor Gerry Maher's "Statutory interpretation: the Wilsonian … Continue reading

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Inhibitions, arrestments, and BAD law

The Bankruptcy and Diligence etc (Scotland) Act 2007 (known to many by its happy acronym "the BAD Act") included substantial reforms to the law of bankruptcy, the law of floating charges, and the law of diligence. The bankruptcy provisions have been … Continue reading

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