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Permission to appeal to UtT

nick dearnley - 29/10/2014

My understanding is that Scottish cases come into the 'persuasive' rather than 'bindi ...

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nick dearnley - 29/10/2014

Hindsight is a wonderful thing, but I think I would have focussed on the lateness and why they sh ...

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Ry - 29/10/2014

A signature can be anything from just putting an x to writing out their name.  If the claima ...

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markp - 29/10/2014

in the interests of justice!!!

 

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