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Bruce Caldow
Harper Macleod LLP
Carolyn Morgan
Harper Macleod LLP
David William John Bell
Harper Macleod LLP
Jacqueline Leslie
Harper Macleod LLP
James Lloyd
Harper Macleod LLP
Karen Gibbons
Harper Macleod LLP
Pamela Todd
Harper Macleod LLP
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Cohabitant claims in Scotland
Cohabitant claims in Scotland
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides an introduction to claims that may be made by cohabitants under Scottish law by virtue of the statutory scheme contained in sections 25 to 29 of the Family Law (Scotland) Act 2006 (FL(S)A 2006), including claims on separation or death. It considers matters of jurisdiction, orders that may be made by the Scottish courts and the approach to such claims.

Financial provision for spouses and civil partners in Scotland
Financial provision for spouses and civil partners in Scotland
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides an introduction to financial provision claims that may be made by spouses and civil partners under Scottish law by virtue of the Family Law (Scotland) Act 1985 (FL(S)A 1985), and sets out the principles and factors to be considered by the court when making orders for financial provision on divorce or dissolution in Scotland.

Judicial review—pre-action considerations and procedure—Scotland [Archived]
Judicial review—pre-action considerations and procedure—Scotland [Archived]
Practice notes

ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived is not maintained. This Practice Note outlines the key procedural stages and rules for judicial review in Scotland. It also sets out key preliminary and pre-action considerations, such as alternatives, standing and time limits.

Draft email to arrange counterpart completion with other solicitors—Scotland
Draft email to arrange counterpart completion with other solicitors—Scotland
Precedents

This Precedent sets out the procedure agreed between solicitors for arranging counterpart completion of documents under Scots law. The procedure complies with the Legal Writings (Counterparts and Delivery)(Scotland) Act 2015 and sets out when the document will be delivered when counterpart completion is used.

Draft email to client—counterparts signing instructions—Scotland
Draft email to client—counterparts signing instructions—Scotland
Precedents

This Precedent email contains instructions from a solicitor to a client relating to the process for signing a document that will be delivered in counterpart. These instructions are in accordance with the Legal Writings (Counterparts and Delivery) (Scotland) Act 2015.

Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution by a company by a director
Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution by a company by a director
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for a limited company entering into a contract that does not require to be self-proving under Scots law and where the document is being signed on the company's behalf by a director.

Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution by a company by an authorised official
Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution by a company by an authorised official
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for a limited company entering into a contract under Scots law that does not require to be self-proving.

Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution by a company by the company secretary
Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution by a company by the company secretary
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for a limited company entering into a contract under Scots law that does not require to be self-proving and where the document is being signed on the company's behalf by the company secretary.

Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution by an attorney acting under a power of attorney
Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution by an attorney acting under a power of attorney
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for the execution of a contract under Scots law by an attorney appointed by one party to sign such contracts on that party's behalf.

Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution by an individual
Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution by an individual
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for an individual entering into a contract under Scots law that does not require to be self-proving.

Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution on behalf of a body corporate, by an authorised signatory, board member or the entity’s secretary
Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution on behalf of a body corporate, by an authorised signatory, board member or the entity’s secretary
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for a body incorporated by royal charter, act of parliament etc entering into a contract under Scots law that does not require to be self-proving.

Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution by a company by two authorised officials
Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution by a company by two authorised officials
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for a limited company entering into a contract under Scots law that requires to be self-proving and where two authorised signatories are available to execute the document.

Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution by a company by two directors or a director and the company secretary
Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution by a company by two directors or a director and the company secretary
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for a limited company entering into a contract under Scots law that requires to be self-proving.

Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution by an attorney acting under a power of attorney
Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution by an attorney acting under a power of attorney
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for the execution of a contract under Scots law by an attorney appointed by one party to sign such contracts on that party's behalf and where the contract requires to be self-proving.

Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution by an individual
Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution by an individual
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for an individual entering into a contract under Scots law that requires to be self-proving.

Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution on behalf of a body corporate, by an authorised signatory, board member or the entity’s secretary
Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution on behalf of a body corporate, by an authorised signatory, board member or the entity’s secretary
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for a body incorporated by royal charter, act of parliament etc entering into a contract under Scots law that requires to be self-proving, and the document is to be witnessed rather than sealed with the common seal of the body corporate.

Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution on behalf of a body corporate, by an authorised signatory, director or company secretary and affixing the common seal
Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution on behalf of a body corporate, by an authorised signatory, director or company secretary and affixing the common seal
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for a body incorporated by royal charter, act of parliament etc entering into a contract under Scots law that requires to be self-proving, and the document is to be sealed with the common seal of the body corporate rather than witnessed.

Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution on behalf of a limited company, by an authorised signatory, director or company secretary
Execution clause (Scotland)—self-proving execution on behalf of a limited company, by an authorised signatory, director or company secretary
Precedents

This is a Precedent execution clause for a limited company entering into a contract under Scots law that requires to be self-proving.

Other Work
Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution on behalf of a limited company, by an authorised signatory, director or company secretary
Execution clause (Scotland)—ordinary execution on behalf of a limited company, by an authorised signatory, director or company secretary

This is a Precedent execution clause for a limited company entering into a contract under Scots law that does not require to be self-proving.

Executry administration—checklist
Executry administration—checklist

This Checklist, written by Jacqueline Leslie of Harper Macleod LLP, assists practitioners dealing with the administration of an estate where the deceased died domiciled in Scotland.

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