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Wednesday 16th November 2022

 

Issue No. 38

 

 

C O N T E N T S

 

 

 
 
Notice
Fixing Notice
Calling List
Notice
Outer House Rolls

 


 

N O T I C E

 

 

OPPOSED AND STARRED MOTIONS

 

The procedure for the allocation of opposed and starred motions will now be as follows:

 

When an opposition to a motion or an automatic starred motion is lodged during term time, the Keeper’s Office will allocate a date for the motion to call a minimum of 2 days aheadCan all parties please ensure their respective counsel are available prior to the enrolment of any opposed or starred motion.

 

An email will be sent to parties setting out the proposed date, Judge and clerk.  The clerk will then liaise with parties to agree a time for the motion to call.  This is to ensure opportunity is provided for representations to be made about the form of the hearing.

 

 

 

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FIXING N O T I C E

 

 

The Keeper’s office is currently fixing the following for Personal Injury Proofs and Ordinary Action Proofs:

 

Personal Injury 4 day Proofs - 20th June 2023

Personal Injury Proofs requiring more than 4 days – 15th August 2023

Ordinary Action Proofs requiring more than 4 days - 17th January 2023

 

 

 

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COURT OF SESSION

 

 

CALLING LIST

 

Wednesday 16th November

 

1 COS/A191-22 Brian Conolly v National Waiting Times Centre Board Drummond Miller LLP
2 COS/PD471-22 Frank Wallace &c v Tamaris (RAM) Ltd Digby Brown LLP
3 COS/PD223-22 Sandra Crowe &c v Champion Technologies Ltd &c Balfour + Manson LLP

 

 

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N O T I C E

 

 

INNER HOUSE

 

All substantive business in the Inner House i.e. hearings not dealing with procedural business as defined by Rule 37A.1(2) of the Court of Session Rules will be conducted in person, however the court may allow parties to be heard remotely on cause shown. A party seeking a remote, or hybrid, hearing should apply to do so by motion.

 

Procedural hearings in the Inner House, such as leave/permission to proceed hearings, will be conducted virtually or dealt with on the basis of written submissions, however the court may allow the hearing or part thereof to be conducted in person “on cause shown”. A party seeking an in person or hybrid procedural hearing should apply to do so by motion.

 

 

OUTER HOUSE

 

All first instance hearings in the Outer House including proofs, debates and judicial review hearings will be conducted in-person, however the court may allow parties or their witnesses to be heard remotely on cause shown. A party seeking a remote, or hybrid, hearing should apply to do so by motion.

 

Procedural hearings in the Outer House, including applications for permission to proceed in judicial review petitions, and preliminary and procedural hearings in the Commercial court, will be conducted using Webex or dealt with on the basis of written submissions, however the court may allow the hearing or part thereof to be conducted in person “on cause shown”. A party seeking an in person or hybrid procedural hearing should apply to do so by motion.

 

 

 

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OUTER HOUSE ROLLS

 

 

LORD CLARK – E Hunter, Clerk

 

Court 6 - Parliament House

 

Friday 18th November

 

Continued Pre-Proof By Order

between 9.00am and 10.00am

 

CA16/20 Jonathan Gough v Cannons Law Practice Thompsons BTO Solicitors LLP 
CA17/20 Lee Montague-Trenchard v Cannons Law Practice Thompsons BTO Solicitors LLP 

 


 

LORD ERICHT – D Facchini, Clerk

 

Court 8 - Parliament House

 

Friday 18th November

 

Continued Preliminary Hearing

between 9.00am and 9.30am

 

CA92/21 Biomass Heating Solutions Ltd v Heliex Power Ltd Harper MacLeod LLPMacRoberts LLP  

 

 

LORD BRAID – C Munn, Clerk

 

Court 6 - Parliament House

 

Friday 18th November

 

Starred Motion

 

COS/PD271-21 L &c v Renfrewshire Council &c A & W M Urquhart Clyde & Co (Scotland) LLP 

Starred Motion

 

COS/PD323-22 James Monaghan v West Dunbartonshire Council Thompsons Clyde & Co (Scotland) LLP 

 

 

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