Insolvency Law

Where the latest laws leave Scots in serious debt

June 17, 2015

Like every other part of the UK, Scotland has thousands of men and women who face serious personal finance problems and who find themselves in need of some form of debt management solution. Scotland’s laws and practices in this context are distinct from those in England and Wales and they have been adjusted in a […]

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What The Proposed Bankruptcy Law Reform Means for Trust Deeds/Sequestration

January 5, 2013

On the 1st of November, the Scottish Government published their response to the Consultation on Bankruptcy Law Reform to outline a range of reforms they plan to take forward in a Bill for Parliament. So what does this mean for insolvency practitioners and for the consumers looking to become insolvent and clear their debts? The […]

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ScotsLawBlog one of the Top 25 International & Foreign Law Blogs of 2011

November 17, 2011

I am delighted to announce that ScotsLawBlog has been named as one of LexisNexis’  Top 25 International & Foreign Law Blogs of 2011. For those other keen bloggers or for those considering blogging for the first time, it may be surprising to learn that ScotsLawBlog has only recently marked its 1 year anniversary. Such is […]

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