Court of Session Practice
Edited by; the Rt Hon The Lord Hope of Craighead; the Hon Lord Eassie, Senator of the College of Justice; the Hon Lord Carloway, Senator of the College of Justice; the Hon Lord Clarke, Senator at the College of Justice; Lord Glennie; W James Wolffe, Advocate; Janys M Scott, Advocate; Alan W D McLean, Advocate; Robert B Weir, Advocate; Kenneth J Campbell, Advocate; Anna I Poole, Advocate; David H Sheldon, Advocate; Douglas Fairley, Advocate and Walter Mercer, Advocate.
Court of Session Practice is a "must have" for all practitioners dealing with the Court of Session. This major new looseleaf text provides essential, up-to-date guidance on the changing rules and procedures of the Court of Session - in a single, up-to-date source. Written by practitioners with expert knowledge of how the Court works on a daily basis, this is an indispensable source of reference for all judges, advocates, solicitor advocates, solicitors and clerks of the court undertaking session work.
The Court of Session; jurisdiction of the Court of Session; Capacity, Title and Interest; Procedure in an Ordinary Action; Incidental Motions in an Ordinary Action; Particular Actions; Family Proceedings; Petitions in the Outer House; Proceedings in the Inner House; Appeal to the House of Lords and the Privy Council; Decrees and Interlocutors; Expenses and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments.
ISBN/ISSN: 978 1 84592 102 6
Availability: In print