Court of Session


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Court of Session

n
(Law) the supreme civil court in Scotland
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Disputes were brought to him in his hiding-hole to be decided; and the men of his country, who would have snapped their fingers at the Court of Session, laid aside revenge and paid down money at the bare word of this forfeited and hunted outlaw.
Remain activists branded the PM's plans an "assault on democracy" on Wednesday as they submitted the motion to Edinburgh's Court of Session - the highest civil court in Scotland - asking for the move to be suspended.
A cross-party group - from both the House of Commons and the House of Lords - have instructed lawyers to go to the Court of Session in Edinburgh to stop the plan.
Stephan Murdoch, 23, started proceedings against Argyll McCoist, 21, yesterday at the Court of Session in Edinburgh, which is Scotland's highest civil court.
Campaigners against Brexit branded the PM's plans an "assault on democracy" as they revealed a motion has been submitted to the Court of Session in Edinburgh - the highest civil court in Scotland - asking for the move to be suspended.
Meesha Shafi has filed a petition in the court of Session Judge Lahore taking the plea that the judge hearing defamation case is demonstrating partiality.
Duncan McDougall, of Churchill Drive, Bridge of Allan, near Airthrey Kerse, was recently appointed as an associate member of the community group for the role which follows applicant dairy firm Graham's, Court of Session win earlier this year.
Section 381 of the CrPC states: Execution of order passed under Section 376 : When a sentence of death passed by a Court of Sessions submitted to the High Court for confirmation, such Court of Session shall, on receiving the order of confirmation or other order of the High Court thereon, cause such order to be carried into effect by issuing a warrant or taking such other steps as may be necessary: provided that the sentence of death shall not be executed if the heirs of the deceased pardon the convict or enter into a compromise with him even at the last moment before execution of the sentence.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon made her recommendations for appointment on the basis of a report by the Judicial Appointments Board for Scotland.The Judicial Appointments Board for Scotland is an independent advisory public body that recommends individuals for appointment to judicial offices within the board's remit, including judge of the Court of Session, sheriff principal, sheriff, and summary sheriff.
Police had arrested the killer who lodged his application for bail in the Court of Session Judge that was rejected by the court and the accused was sent back to jail.
A test case brought by Ronald Richard and John Jarvie was due to go to a full hearing at the Court of Session in Edinburgh this year.