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Attempt to challenge arbitration ruling misconceived

Lesson for party litigants in failed action for payment

Letter: through to the bench

Readers asked whether sheriffs should be available by phone to discuss routine issues in a case

Expert evidence ruled inadmissible in relocation case

Kennedy v Cordia tests applied to exclude psychological reports

Tribunal reform gearing up

Preparations underway for new two-tier system

No 2010 Act protection for corporate homeowner

Sheriff rules additional requirements for repossession do not apply

Planning decisions: beware judicial review changes

Time limit and permission stage rules in force for new challenges

Under starter's orders

The courts are gearing up for the reforms; legal aid provision must not cut corners

Ten month delay did not vitiate contact refusal

Lapse of time did not alter substance, sheriff principal rules

Legally unaided?

Clarification needed on the Society's legal aid discussion paper

No more day in court?

Are solicitors now finding it more profitable to keep their clients out of court?

Letter: Masters of cross-examination

Mastery of the brief is the key to success, but personal style can play a part

Party litigants, and some dos and don'ts

Procedural points from some recent shrieval decisions