Monthly Archives: September 2014

New Polish private law blog

I’m grateful to Ross MacDonald for passing on information about a new Polish private law blog. The blog, which is written in English, can be accessed at http://polishprivatelaw.pl/lets-start/. Its introduction says that:- The website is addressed to lawyers dealing both … Continue reading

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Scottish law on prescription found wanting

In a recent case in the UK Supreme Court the Scottish law on the prescription of an obligation to make reparation for property damage caused by another’s fault was found to be defective and legislative reform was recommended. The problem … Continue reading

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After the referendum

The last weeks and months have been dominated by the debate on the referendum question “Should Scotland be an independent country?” 55% of those who voted said No and 45% said Yes. So now we move on. One curious feature of … Continue reading

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