Tag Archives: contract law

ParkingEye Ltd & Cavendish Square Holdings BV [2015] UKSC 67: Does the Penalty Clauses (Scotland) Bill 2010 need further reevaluation?

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Mr. Bobby Lindsay, a doctoral candidate at the School of Law, provided an analysis of the recent UK Supreme Court decisions in Cavendish & ParkingEye to the Glasgow Forum for Scots Law. Starting off the discussion, Bobby noted that the locus classicus on penalty clauses was generally taken to be the speech of Viscount Dunedin… Continue reading

Scots law into the twenty-first century: Reforming third party rights in contract

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    Written by: Obiora Godwin Ezike On 18  November, 2015, the Glasgow Scots Law Forum welcomed Prof Hector MacQueen to discuss the ongoing project of the Scottish Law Commission to reform third-party rights in contract. The forum afforded participants the privilege of being the first group, outside the fall walls of the Commission, to see… Continue reading

GFSL: Reforming 3rd Party Rights in Contract

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    We are very excited to welcome Professor Hector MacQueen to give the next paper at the Glasgow Forum for Scots Law. Title: “Scots law into the twenty-first century: Reforming third party rights in contract” Time: 3.30pm, 18 November 2015 Location: Room 134, Main Building, University of Glasgow (entrance via Thomson (Anatomy) Building Car Park)… Continue reading