Posts by Julie Scott-Gilroy

  • Specific implement in Scots Law

    A range of issues arise from the facts of Kier Construction Ltd v WM Saunders Partnership LLP. However, the main point to note is that the Scottish courts are willing to order specific implement (specific performance) to compel a party to a contract to provide an executed collateral warranty that they were contractually obliged to give.

  • Litigating with a kilt on

    Last time we looked at the key differences between English and Scots law when dealing with a contract that is subject to Scots Law. This time we turn our attention to advising on a dispute that is governed by the Scottish courts. You won’t find many court practitioners or advocates wearing a kilt in the Scottish courts … Continue reading Litigating with a kilt on