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23 Feb, 2017

Driving whilst using a mobile phone – harsher sentences.

With effect from 1 March 2017, drivers in Scotland, England & Wales will face harsher penalties for driving whilst using a mobile phone.

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21 Feb, 2017

Confidentiality when Obtaining Employment Advice

it’s a Privilege only your Solicitor can Guarantee

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20 Feb, 2017

Drones: Taking Farming to New Heights?

The recent explosion in the popularity of drones has not escaped the agricultural world, with many farmers recognising the benefits that this technology can bring.

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17 Feb, 2017

What Happens to a Will on Divorce?

Our society has changed over the past 50 years, from welcoming the introduction of same sex marriages and civil partnerships to cohabitation becoming the new norm. It may therefore come as a surprise that until recently there has been no update to the laws of succession since the mid-1960s.

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15 Feb, 2017

Commercial Leases in a Modern Scotland

For years, commercial property solicitors in Scotland have sought a standard form of commercial lease that would bring a degree of clarity and unification to the complex area of commercial leasing.

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15 Feb, 2017

No Wining for the Seller

Scotland’s capital is currently undergoing a Sellers’ Market boom.

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15 Feb, 2017

Deed of Variation

A couple of years ago, it looked like the demise of Deeds of Variation was on the cards following the Chancellor of the time, triggering a review into their use. But two years on, the Treasury is yet to act.

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10 Feb, 2017

What's in a name?

When you hear the name ‘Kylie’ who do you think of? Is it the pint sized Australian popstar who first came to fame in Neighbours, or the half-sister of Kim Kardashian, with the lip-kit empire?

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09 Feb, 2017

Rise in Recruitment of Temporary Staff

A recent survey highlights the Scottish jobs market has seen a substantial decline in people starting full-time jobs and there is a significant increase in temporary positions.

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09 Feb, 2017

Once Bitten

The law is fairly clear cut when it comes to criminal prosecution for dog attacks but is it as straightforward for civil actions? If someone has been injured because of a dog attack, can they claim compensation?

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