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The Moveable Transactions (Scotland) Act 2023 is going to change the way that individuals and unincorporated organisations can pledge their assets.
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Scotland has introduced a new tax band. More than ever it's important to understand who is a Scottish taxpayer and what income this tax will apply to.
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With the Scottish Government's ambition to be "Net Zero" by 2024, it has launched a sequence of land reform and policy changes targeting the rural community.
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Looking for a "Santa's Little Helper" guide to additional hours for licensed premises across Scotland? Then look no further!...
Kennedys
The All Scotland Court doubles down on its censure of conduct failing to adhere to the spirit of the rules.
MacRoberts
The new Charities (Regulation and Administration) (Scotland) Bill was introduced to the Scottish Parliament in November 2022, proposing a number of changes to the current statutory regime...
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The Moveable Transactions (Scotland) Bill - recently passed by the Scottish Parliament - will have a significant positive impact on fund finance transactions in Scotland.
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It is a myth that the law of trespass does not exist in Scotland. The law of trespass is underpinned by both common law principles and statute...
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The recent popularity of wild camping caused a number of problems for landowners concerned about the impact on the countryside. Now, as we head into a summer of staycations...
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Scotland has an enviable track record in onshore and offshore wind, and the Scottish Government's commitment to wind power is a strong basis on which to grow our renewable capabilities.
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Sheep worrying incidents have received increased media coverage recently, particularly in Scotland.
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Malcolm Rust, Partner and head of Private Wealth and Tax, explains what a power attorney is, who should be appointed and when it should be granted.
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What happens if croft tenancies are not transferred by succession within the statutory time limits? It may seem reasonable to assume that such transfers would be invalid.
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Scotland has always been at the forefront of the green energy revolution, and it is now set to further exploit its huge potential for offshore wind.
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Following the premature death of Elvis' only daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, in January this year, the Presley estate is once again making headlines, particularly with regard to ...
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Registers of Scotland have announced their ambition to have 100% of the land in Scotland mapped on this new Land Register by 2024.
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A new licensing scheme is coming into force in Scotland to regulate short-term lets. The scheme requires hosts of self-catering accommodation to have a licence in place...
Marks & Clerk
It's great to see the development of an Internet of Things (IoT) sensor network to provide real-time monitoring of a vast number of rural roads around Scotland.
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In a statement to Parliament on 14 December 2021, John Swinney, the Deputy First Minister, confirmed the appointment of Court of Session judge Lady Poole as the chair of the Scottish inquiry into the COVID-19 pandemic.
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