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Issue 151        Thursday 12th April 2018

 

 

C O N T E N T S

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice

 

Unopposed Motions

 

Further Procedure Warning List

 

Further Procedure Warning List Personal Injury

 

Expired Sist Warning List

 

Calling List

 

Undefended Consistorial Causes

 

Decrees

 

Inner House Motions

 

Starred and Unstarred Motions

 

Outer House Rolls

 

Inner House Rolls

 

 


N O T I C E

 

 

Please note that The Offices of Court and Justiciary Office will be closed on Monday 16 April 2018.  Any documents due to be lodged on these days will be accepted on Tuesday 17 April 2018.

 

The Court Motions Team Office will be closed on Monday 16 April 2018.

 

Please find below details of intimation, opposition and enrolment dates to accommodate the public holiday on Monday 16 April 2018.

 

Intimation date                     Opposition Date                  Motion Lodged Date

11/04/18                                         13/04/18                                     17/04/18

12/04/18                                         17/04/18                                     18/04/18

13/04/18                                         18/04/18                                     19/04/18

17/04/18                                         19/04/18                                     20/04/18

 

Intimation, opposition and enrolment dates return to normal, thereafter.

 

 

 

Motions intimated by other means in accordance with Parts 3 and 4 of Chapter 23 of the Rules of the Court of Session 1994.

 

Motions for Tuesday 17 April 2018 must be enrolled no later than 4.00pm on Thursday 12 April 2018 and may be opposed up until 12.30pm on Friday 13 April 2018.

 

Motions for Wednesday 18 of April 2018 must be enrolled no later than 4.00pm on Friday 13 April 2018 and may be opposed until 12.30pm in Tuesday 17 April 2018.  

 

Opposition and enrolment dates return to normal thereafter.

 

 

 


N O T I C E

 

 

AMENDED PRINCIPLES TO BE APPLIED TO THE CHARGING OF COURT FEES IN GROUPS OF CASES

 

You may be aware that questions have arisen in respect of fees charged for substantive hearings where a group of cases, neither conjoined nor with a test case appointed, were before the court and each was charged the full hearing fee in terms of the Fees Order, the Court of Session etc. Fees Order 2015[1].

 

The relevant Fees Order, the Court of Session etc. Fees Order 2015, (from 25 April 2018, the Court of Session etc. Fees Order 2018[2]) is framed in unambiguous terms.  There is provision in the enabling legislation to provide, in fees orders, for the remission of fees, and Parliament has chosen not to provide for remission in these circumstances.  Nevertheless, there remains an obligation on the part of SCTS, in terms of administrative law, to exercise discretion – for example, where a strict application of the fees set out in the Fees Order would produce a manifestly unfair outcome.  Given this need to exercise discretion, in these limited circumstances, some guiding principles will be followed.  Generally speaking, the exercise of discretion would involve restricting the fees which would otherwise be charged in terms of the relevant Table of Fees.

 

PRINCIPLES TO BE APPLIED

 

These principles relate only to charging of fees for proofs, debates or other substantive hearings in the Court of Session where a group of cases are heard together, generally with the attention of the court focussed on one principal case.  The principles are not retrospective.

 

The issue should not arise in groups of cases where there is a test case, or where cases are conjoined.  If parties have identified a test case, and agreed to be bound by its outcome, then typically all other cases will be sisted.  The test case will be charged fees in the usual way and the others will not, because they are sisted, incur fees.  Where cases are conjoined there is, notionally, only one case, and one set of interlocutors, and thus only fees in the single case will be charged.

 

Difficulties may arise where the court is asked to deal with a group of cases, all proceeding at the same time.  There will typically be a principal case and a number of other cases.  The principal case will address the main issues.  There may well be variations in the facts and legal issues in those other cases such that each, singly or in sub-groups, needs individual attention from the court once the principal case has addressed the main issues.  For these reasons, conjoining the cases or appointing a test case may not have been practicable.  In these circumstances, if the hearing fees are likely to be very substantial relative to the actual amount of court resources employed, and there is a concern that charging full fees would bring about a manifestly unfair result, there is scope to exercise discretion in the charging of those fees.

 

How this discretion is exercised will depend on the particular circumstances.  The principal case will almost always be charged full fees.  Where other cases within the group have taken up some of the court’s time, then it might be appropriate to remit the usual fee in each of those cases by a factor of, say, 80%.  Thus, in a typical case, the principal case would attract a full fee, and all the other cases would be charged at 20% of full fees.

 

It is neither necessary nor practicable to try to calculate precisely what proportion of the court’s time has been taken up by those cases other than the principal case, and to calculate percentage remissions accordingly.  Any remission offered is not based on a precise calculation of the court time involved.

 

ACTION REQUIRED

 

It will be for parties’ agents to nominate a principal case or cases, as soon as possible.  Parties’ agents will require to enrol a motion, in advance of the hearing or hearings in respect of which remission is sought, for a specific case to be identified as the principal case for the purposes of handling that group of cases in court, and for the possible remission of hearing fees.  It will be sufficient if the motion is enrolled in the prospective principal case, provided all other cases in the group are listed in the motion.  A style of motion to nominate a principal case and for possible remission of fees is annexed.

 

Each party’s agent is responsible for enrolling a motion for those cases in which he is instructed.  Such a motion, if granted, will have no effect on any other party’s liability for hearing fees.  A joint motion may be appropriate in many cases.  An agent’s failure to enrol a motion at the appropriate time is likely to preclude the exercise of discretion to remit the fees in the cases for which he is responsible.

 

The fact that a party’s agent has nominated a principal case, and such a motion has been granted in respect of the handling of the group of cases, does not guarantee that any element of the fees chargeable will be restricted.  That will always depend on circumstances.

 

In many cases it will be possible for the judge hearing the motion to decide at the time whether to allow a remission of fees.  If the judge wishes to hear the evidence or submissions in the case first, that part of the motion in respect of the question of remission of fees may be continued to a later date.  In these circumstances it will be for the relevant party’s counsel to move for the remission of fees at that time.

 

 

 

 

March 2018

 

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Form of motion for designation of principal case and remission of court fees, where cases grouped together

PART I

 

Name of pursuer/petitioner*………………………………………………………….

 

Name of first defender/respondent*…………………………………………………..

 

Name and nature of petition (e.g. John Smith’s curatory) ……………………………

………………………….

 

Court case number ………………….   Date of last interlocutor …………………….

 

Is case due in court during the next seven days?   Yes/No*

 

(If Yes, state reason)

 

PART II

 

Name of firm enrolling motion ……………………

 

Agent for …………………………………….   Ref No. ………………………………

 

Rutland Exchange No. ………………………   Town  ………………………………..

 

Tel. No. ………………………………………   FAX No. …………………………….

 

Date of enrolment of motion …………………………………………………………...

 

Has motion been intimated?   Yes/No*  If yes, give date ……………………………...

 

THE MOTION IS (state terms of motion; if necessary, use a separate sheet):-

 

_____________________________________________________________________

On behalf of the pursuer / defender / petitioner/ respondent (as the case may be) in respect that the cases referred to below cannot be conjoined or have a test case appointed,

 

  1. to designate AB against CD, reference number (             ) as the principal case in the group of cases listed, to make such order in respect of that case, and the other cases listed below, in relation to the management of those cases, as shall seem proper; and,

     

  2. to remit the court hearing fees due in respect of the cases listed below, to the extent of 80% of the usual fees in each case, or such other percentage as the court considers appropriate, by reason that (specify reasons) and to make such order as shall seem proper.

 

EF against GH – reference number

 

IJ against KL – reference number

 

MN against OP – reference number

 

(Signed by counsel or other person having a right of audience)

 

* Delete as appropriate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UNOPPOSED MOTIONS

 

 

The following motions were granted, unopposed, on Wednesday 11th April 2018.

 

A846/15 Balfour Thomson &c v The Lord Advocate

 

SGLD

 

A407/17 David Beveridge &c v Kirsten Glen

 

Drummond Miller LLP

 

A22/18 KPBOS Ltd v Burnhead Group Ltd

 

Morisons LLP

 

A61/18 William Marrs &c v Ayrshire & Arran Health Board

 

Drummond Miller LLP

 

A408/16 Patricia McPherson &c v Pauling Sheill aka Flynn

 

Bonnar Accident Law

 

A23/18 Alex Melville v David Bryson &c

 

Morisons LLP

 

F37/16 Patricia Masson v Craig Mason

 

Allan McDougall

 

PD13/16 David Clark v The British Red Cross Society

 

Balfour + Manson LLP

 

PD410/17 Andrea Hall v Daniel Drakeford &c

 

Thompsons

 

 

PD368/17 Paul Hylton v MCL Medics Ltd

 

Clyde & Co

 

PD500/17 Bernard McGarvey v British Telecommunications Plc

 

Thompsons

 

PD33/18 Jacqueline Sharp v Parcelforce Ltd &c

 

Morton Fraser LLP

 

A64/15 Mairead Bree v Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board

 

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

A447/16 Cynthia Brew v The Court of Edinburgh Napier University

 

Drummond Miller LLP

 

A446/16 Michael Brew v The Court of Edinburgh Napier University

 

Drummond Miller LLP

 

A86/17 Marie Lyall &c v Greater Glasgow Health Board

 

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

A713/15 Xie Zhiping (AP) v NHS Highland

 

Drummond Miller LLP

 

PD45/18 Douglas Cassells v Allan’s Coaches Ltd &c

 

Digby Brown LLP

 

PD2269/14 Lorna Gannon &c v Integrated Subsea Services Ltd &c

 

Lefevre Litigation

 

PD261/17 George Grassam v Upper Clyde Shipbuilders Ltd &c

 

Clyde & Co

 

PD329/17 Kathleen Hendry &c v SSE Plc

 

Thompsons

 

PD1896/14 Jennifer Johnstone v Cameron Brown

 

Digby Brown LLP

 

PD444/16 Julie Stack v Lothian NHS Board

 

Thompsons

 

A476/14 Aker Business Services Ltd v Mansell Construction

 

CMS

 

A246/17 Gayle Haddow &c v Greater Glasgow Health Board

 

Morisons LLP

 

A853/15 Clare Macleod v Lothian Health Board

 

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

PD448/17 Agnes Doleman v Lorraine Scobbie &c

 

Digby Brown LLP

 

PD87/18 Adrian Lindsay v FMC Technologies Ltd

Clyde & Co

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FURTHER PROCEDURE WARNING LIST

 

 

Further procedure is required in the undernoted case.  Accordingly the case will be put out By Order in the near future.

 

1

A321/15 Kerry Black &c v Fife Council

Thompsons

Clyde & Co

 

 

 

 

FURTHER PROCEDURE WARNING LIST

 

PERSONAL INJURY ACTIONS

 

 

Further procedure is required in the undernoted cases.  Accordingly the cases will be put out By Order in the near future.

 

1

PD287/17 Teresa Stein &c v York Shopley Ltd &c

 

Balfour + Manson LLP

Clyde & Co

 

2

PD250/17 Sarah Mcdermid &c v The Advocate General

 

Thompsons

BLM

 

3

PD158/17 Shirley Keir &c v John Brown Land Boilers Ltd &c

 

Thompsons

Clyde & Co

 

4

PD2775/15 Greig Ritchie v Allianz Compania De Seguros Y Reaseguros SA

 

Slater & Gordon Lawyers

BLM

 

5

PD1391/15 John McAbney v Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board

 

Digby Brown LLP

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

 

6

PD1396/14 James Flanagan v Mckenzie & Mcarthur Ltd &c

 

Thompsons

DAC Beachcroft Scotland LLP

 

7

PD1037/14 Dale Nicolson v Auchterlonie & Sons

 

Digby Brown LLP

Clyde & Co

 

8

PD291/17 Alan McGoff &c v Harland & Wolfe

 

Thompsons

Clyde & Co

 

9

PD2093/15 Roisin Kiely v James Carrick &c

Digby Brown LLP

 

 

 

 

 

EXPIRED SIST WARNING LIST

 

 

The sist in the undernoted case has expired.   Accordingly the case will be put out By Order in the near future.  Intimation should be given to the Keeper of the Rolls of any cases on the list which have settled:-

 

1

A273/11 Matthew Bain v Fife Health Board

 

Morisons LLP

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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COURT OF SESSION

 

 

CALLING LIST

 

Thursday 12th April

 

1

Elizabeth Keary, 88 Whistleberry Drive, Hamilton AG Lanarkshire Health Board, Kirklands, Fallside Road, Bothwell

 

Drummond Miller LLP

2

Shetland Islands Council, Town Hall, Lerwick AG (First) Hunter & Morrisons, 8 Black Hill Industrial Estate, Lerwick, Shetland &c

 

Harper Macleod LLP

3

William Marrs, 106 Ballochmyle Avenue, Auchinleck, Cumnock, Ayrshire &c AG Ayrshire and Arran Health Board, Eglinton House, Ailsa Hospital, Dalmellington Road, Ayr

Drummond Miller LLP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UNDEFENDED CONSISTORIAL CAUSES

 

 

Divorce application (Simplified Procedure) awaiting determination

 

1

F16/18 James Alexander Crawshaw, 22 Lloyd Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow AG Pamela Jane McDade, 9 Elm Road, Burnside, Rutherglen, Glasgow

 

2

F10/18 Leanne Spence, 305/300 Young Street, Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia 3065 AG Jenna Andrea Nation, STA Travel Shop C029, Northland Shopping Centre, 2-50 Murray Road, East Preston, Victoria 3072, Australia

 

 

 

Divorce Decree Granted under Simplified Procedure on Thursday 12th April 2018.

 

1

Paul Garside v Amy Hanley

2

Helena Stewart v Grant Stewart

 

 

 

Decree of Divorce was Granted on Thursday 5th April 2018.

 

1

F29/17 Lynne Henderson or Oyegbesan v Babatunde Oyegbesan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Friday 13th April

 

EXTRA DIVISION

 

INNER HOUSE MOTION

 

XA14/18 Barry Turnbull for leave to appeal a decision of Upper Tribunal

Party

 

 

 

 

 

LADY WOLFFE

 

PETITION DEPARTMENT

 

UNSTARRED MOTIONS

 

P363/18 Note: Delta House Investments 98 of Sch B1 insolvency

 

Shoosmiths LLP

 

 

P115/18 Pet: Akaki Sidamonidze for Judicial Review

 

Drummond Miller LLP

 

 

P209/18 Pet: Neil Ireland for Judicial Review

 

Drummond Miller LLP

 

 

P82/18 Pet: Jurijus Baziura for Judicial Review

 

Drummond Miller LLP

 

 

P265/18 Pet: Kawa Pur for Judicial Review

 

Drummond Miller LLP

 

 

P122/18 Pet: Ryszard Wawrzynkiewicz for Judicial Review

Drummond Miller LLP

 

 

 

 

 


TO BE ALLOCATED

 

STARRED MOTION

 

P209/17 Pet: Jordan Queen for Judicial Review

TC Young LLP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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OUTER HOUSE ROLLS

 

 

LORD GLENNIE – J Harding, Clerk

 

Wednesday 18th April

 

Procedural Hearing

 

P52/18 Maryam Eshaghi for Judicial Review

 

Drummond Miller LLP

Office of the Advocate General

 

 

 

 

LORD BANNATYNE – C Stark, Clerk

 

Tuesday 17th April

 

Starred Motion

Between 9.30am and 10.00am

 

A19/18 Orrmac (no500) Ltd v Marshall Construction Ltd

Anderson Strathern LLP

Brodies LLP

 

 

Starred Motion

At 10.00am

 

CA55/17 Agilisys Ltd v CGI IT UK Ltd

Pinsent Masons LLP

Brodies LLP

 

 

Wednesday 18th April

 

By Order

Between 9.30am and 10.00am

 

CA71/17 G&C Little &c v Promontoria (Henrico) Ltd

 

MBM Commercial LLP

Addleshaw Goddard

 

 

 

 


LORD TYRE – J Harding, Clerk

 

Tuesday 17th April

 

By Order

 

P320/18 Pet: Jason Eagleston re sec50 Adults with incapacity

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

Drummond Miller LLP

 

 

Judgment

(No appearance of Counsel necessary

 

P747/17 YC for Judicial Review

Drummond Miller LLP

Office of the Advocate General

 

 

 

 

LORD DOHERTY – C Munn, Clerk

 

Tuesday 17 April

 

Continued Preliminary Hearing

Between 9.00am and 9.30am

 

CA92/17 Advanced Group (Scotland) Ltd v Ian Jeffers Bryson

Allan McDougall

BBM Solicitors

 

 

CA93/17 Advanced Group (Scotland) Ltd v Paul Tierney

Allan McDougall

BBM Solicitors

 

 

Continued Preliminary Hearing

Between 9.30am and 10.00am

 

CA104/17 Antares IV Luz S.A.R.L. v Childrens World Ltd

Brodies LLP

Davidson Chalmers

 

 


Wednesday 18th April

 

By Order

Between 9.30am and 10.00am

 

P115/17 Note: RFC 2012 Plc for orders under para 75

Shepherd & Wedderburn LLP

Wright Johnston & Mackenzie LLP

 

 

Hearing

At 10.00am

 

P640/16 Pet: Fieldoak Ltd for orders under 236

Addleshaw Goddard

Campbell Smith LLP

 

 

Hearing

At 12.30pm

 

P639/16 Pet: Lightfoot Ltd for orders under 236

Addleshaw Goddard

Campbell Smith LLP

 

 

Thursday 19th April

 

Procedural Hearing

Between 9.00am and 9.30am

 

CA117/17 Whyte & MacKay Ltd v Blyth & Blyth Consulting Engineering Ltd

Brodies LLP

Clyde & Co

 

 

By Order

Between 9.30am and 10.00am

 

P1173/17 Pet: Arbitration Appeal No. 3 of 2017

Harper Macleod LLP

Burness Paul LLP

 

 

Starred Motion

At 10.30am

 

CA134/16 James Shanley &c v Lorimer Stewart

Party

Clyde & Co

 

 

Friday 20th April

 

Debate

At 10.00am

 

CA9/18 Brian Milne v McEwan Fraser LVC LLP

MacRoberts LLP

Ennova Law

 

 

 

 

LADY WISE – T Kell, Clerk

 

Wednesday 18th April

 

By Order (Adjustment) Roll

 

A35/12 Jean Miller v Forth Valley Health Board

Drummond Miller LLP

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

 

A611/14 Gregor Tait &c v Lanarkshire Health Board &c

Drummond Miller LLP

MDDUS

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

Thursday 19th April

 

Procedural Hearing

 

A773/15 Irene Forsyth v Greater Glasgow Health Board

Thompsons

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

 

Friday 20th April

 

Pre-Proof Hearing

At 9.30am

 

F12/18 Beverley Renwick v Bruce Renwick

Balfour + Manson LLP

Morton Fraser LLP

 

 


LADY WOLFFE – I Forbes, Clerk

 

Wednesday 18th April

 

Procedural Hearing

 

A473/15 David Gourlay v Stryker UK Ltd

 

Thompsons

BTO

 

A474/15 John Haldane v Stryker UK Ltd

Thompsons

BTO

 

 

By Order (Adjustment) Roll

 

A466/15 Mary Morris v Stryker UK Ltd &c

Thompsons

BTO

 

 

Thursday 19th April

 

By Order

In terms of Rule of Court 43.10(3)

 

PD342/17 Dorothea Jobson &c v Advocate General

Digby Brown LLP

Morton Fraser LLP

 

 

Friday 20th April

 

By Order

Between 9.30am and 10.00am

 

CA25/12 Unicorn Tower Ltd &c v HSBC Bank Plc

John Mair Solicitors

Shepherd & Wedderburn LLP

 

 

 

 


LORD CLARK – D Bowie, Clerk

 

Tuesday 17th April

 

Continued Motion

Between 9.00am and 9.30am

 

CA118/17 Erndteberucker Eisenwerk Gmbh & Co v Burntisland Fabrication

Anderson Strathern LLP

Young & Partners LLP

 

 

By Order

Between 9.30am and 10.00am

 

CA13/17 TMW Pramerica Property Investment v Glasgow City Council

Brodies LLP

Pinsent Masons LLP

 

 

Wednesday 18th April

 

Procedural Hearing

Between 9.30am and 10.00am

 

CA112/17 Christopher Ho v Glenkeir Whiskies Ltd

DAC Beachcroft Scotland LLP

Pinsent Masons LLP

 

 

 

 

JUDGE WEIR, QC – T Sadler, Clerk

 

Wednesday 18th April

 

Procedural Hearing

 

A563/15 Marie Ramsay v Lothian Health Board

Thorntons Law LLP

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

 

A2/17 William Whyte v Lothian Health Board

 

Anderson Strathern LLP

 

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

 

By Order

 

A231/16 Shan Ross &c v Alexander Paterson &c

Lyons Davidson Scotland LLP

BTO

 

 

Thursday 19th April

 

By Order

In terms of Rule of Court 24.2(4)

 

PD342/16 Farook Fasla v Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance

 

Thompsons

DAC Beachcroft Scotland LLP

Clyde & Co

 

Friday 20th April

 

Procedural Hearing

 

P1290/17 Karzan Omer for Judicial Review

 

Drummond Miller LLP

Office of the Advocate General

 

 

P1036/17 Pet: Pawel Kepa for Judicial Review

 

Drummond Miller LLP

Office of the Advocate General

 

 

 

 

TO BE ALLOCATED

 

Tuesday 17th April 2018

 

Preliminary Proof (4 days)

 

A97/16 Mark Bain &c v Karl Martin

 

Lefevre Litigation

 

TC Young LLP

 

 

Accelerated Proof (4 days)

 

A2238/02 David Jamieson v Harland & Wolff Plc &c

Thompsons

Clyde & Co

BLM

TO BE ALLOCATED

 

Wednesday 18th April 2018

 

Substantive Hearing

 

P848/17 Pet: MM for Judicial Review

 

Digby Brown LLP

 

Office of the Advocate General

 

 

Procedure Roll

 

A29/14 Mary Armstrong &c v NHS Ayrshire & Arran

 

Balfour + Manson LLP

Drummond Miller LLP

NHS Scotland Central Legal Office

 

 

 

TO BE ALLOCATED

 

Thursday 19th April 2018

 

Preliminary Proof (2 days)

 

A881/15 Wright Hardware Ltd v Home Hardware (Scotland) Ltd

BLM

BTO Solicitors LLP

 

Clyde & Co

Substantive Hearing

 

P1124/17 Pet: Payam Zardoei for Judicial Review

Drummond Miller LLP

Office of the Advocate General

 

 

 

 


TO BE ALLOCATED

 

Friday 20th April 2018

 

First Hearing

 

P362/18 Pet: OK for orders re Child Abduction

Morton Fraser LLP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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INNER HOUSE ROLLS

 

 

FIRST DIVISION

 

Wednesday 18th April

 

Summar Roll

 

CA137/14 Reclaiming Motion – Lord Doherty – Prospect Healthcare (Hairmyres) Ltd v Kier Build Ltd

Harper Macleod LLP

Shepherd & Wedderburn LLP

 

 

Thursday 19th April

 

Procedural Hearing

At 10.00am

 

XA98/17 The Advocate General for Scotland against a decision of Upper Tribunal

Office of the Advocate General

Anderson Strathern LLP

 

 

Summar Roll

 

P284/17 Reclaiming Motion – Lord Woolman – Pet: Glasgow City Council for Judicial Review

Glasgow City Council (Corporate Services)

Drummond Miller LLP

Scottish Legal Aid Board

 

 

 

(FIRST) EXTRA DIVISION

 

Tuesday 17th April

 

Summar Roll

 

XA83/17 Behnam Veisi against a decision of the Upper Tribunal

Drummond Miller LLP

Office of the Advocate General

 

 


Friday 20th April

 

Procedural Hearing

At 10.00am

 

XA101/17 Stanley Mazur against a decision of SLCC

Party

Anderson Strathern LLP

 

 

Single Bill

Between 10.00am and 1.00pm

 

XA107/17 App for leave to appeal Gordon Neave against a decision of the SLCC

Party

Harper Macleod LLP

 

 

 

 

(SECOND) EXTRA DIVISION

 

Friday 20th April

 

Single Bill

Between 10.00am and 1.00pm

 

XA88/16 Caroline Kenneil for leave to appeal a decision of SLCC

 

Party

Brodies LLP

 

XA89/16 Caroline Kenneil for leave to appeal a decision of SLCC

Party

Brodies LLP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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[1] SSI 2015/261 

[2] SSI 2018/83