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Report on poinding and warrant sale

Scottish Law Commission.

Report on poinding and warrant sale

report on a reference under section 3(1)(e) of the Law Commissions Act 1965 : laid before the Scottish Parliament by the Scottish Ministers April 2000

by Scottish Law Commission.

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Published by Stationery Office in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Debtor and creditor -- Scotland.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementScottish Law Commission ; [chairman Brian Gill].
    SeriesScot Law Com -- no.177, SE -- 2000/40
    ContributionsGill, Brian.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18424466M
    ISBN 10010888015X

    Item SL/ECP/3/1/7 Duty Report Book: William Merrilees 11 June February Item SL/ECP/3/1/8 Portobello Police Station: Cash Book August June File SL/ECP/3/1/9 Southside Station: Selection of police and accident reports c Commentaries on the Law of Scotland, and on the Principles of Mercantile Jurisprudence, Volume 2 George Joseph Bell T. & T. Clark, - Commercial law - pages.

      Through the door, say that your husband (or father, brother, etc.) is fixing the bathroom faucet and can’t be bothered right now (or something similarly indicating that a man is at home). This will deter a potentially bad situation. 9. X-LARGE DOG BOWL AT THE FRONT DOOR. An Extra Large dog bowl outside the front door sends a strong message. Debt Recovery in Scotland: A Brief Guide for Non-Scottish Lawyers 1. The Background. Pursuing debtors in the Scottish jurisdiction can prove time consuming, difficult and costly for English creditors and those from other jurisdictions. Differences in jargon, procedure and .

    Define at law. at law synonyms, at law pronunciation, at law translation, English dictionary definition of at law. n. 1. A rule of conduct or procedure established by custom, agreement, or authority. 2.   City of Glasgow District Council, SLT (Sh Ct) 22 Fourteen days from the final interlocutor (court order) in an action. 23 Or 'poinding' of a party's goods with a view to a warrant sale being held. 24 Section of the Act - see earlier commentary on the meaning of construction contract. 25 Adjudication Reporting Centre, Glasgow.


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Abolition of Poindings and Warrant Sales Bill: Stage 1. Scottish Parliament - Justice and Home Affairs Committee. Meeting on 17 November The Convener: The committee must now move on to a different inquiry, the Abolition of Poindings and Warrant Sales Bill.

Tommy Sheridan, MSP, and Mike Dailly from Govan law centre are with us today. The introduction of the Abolition of Poindings and Warrant Sales Bill on Septemby Tommy Sheridan, MSP, means that the Scottish Parliament has an opportunity to reach a view on this. In the six years of its existence, the council has never carried out a warrant sale or poinding for the recovery of personal debt, whether for council tax, poll tax or miscellaneous income.

We acknowledge that the proposed enforcement procedure provides more protection for the debtor, but we feel that the council will not need to rely on that. If an earnings arrestment is lodged with a local garage where the defender is a mechanic, the whole village will know that he has an earnings arrestment against his wages.

That is necessarily distressing, and breaches his privacy. Paradoxically, a poinding and warrant sale, unlike pre action, is relatively private. The Official Report is the substantially verbatim decision to accept as competent the Executive amendment in today's stage 1 debate on the Abolition of Poindings and Warrant Sales Bill.

I do not ask you to give a decision now, as the opinion is six pages long, but I bring it to the attention of the Parliament that I have brought that. Poinding - Poinding is a legal process following upon a charge for payment or Summary Warrant.

The poinding will be carried out by Sheriff Officers, who will value certain of the debtor’s possessions. Items poinded may subsequently be removed and sold byauction (warrant sale). It has been suggested, of course, that just as the very sound of the word “poinding”, and the whisper of warrant sale, was enough to prompt parliamentary rant and rumpus, so too might the titles of the officers offend the same sensibilities.

The Minister wants to keep “officers”, but prefixed by “enforcement”. and a warrant for their sale been granted but not yet executed, until the diligence is completed. Otherwise the progress of the diligence might be jeopardised.

A debtor who has already had the benefit of a time to pay direction may not be granted a time to pay order.

On the application's being made, the sheriff must normally make an. Full text of "Acts of Parliament Relating to Sheriff Court Practice: Also an Appendix, Containing Recent " See other formats. Scottish Law Commission, Report on Poinding and Warrant Sale, (Scot Law Com No ), ().

This is an advance summary of a forthcoming entry in the Encyclopedia of. The Official Report is the substantially verbatim transcript of the meetings of the section 87 lists various things that the sheriff has to take into consideration before he grants a warrant for sale in relation to a dwelling house.

Those considerations are quite restricted. There must be an expired charge for payment or a poinding. Page - When the estate of a debtor is brought into the Court of Session by process of judicial sale and ranking, the decree of sale to be pronounced by the Court shall be held as a general decree of adjudication in favour of every creditor who shall afterwards be included in the decree of division ; and the effect of such general decree shall be the same in all competitions, or questions.

Poinding and Sale: Effective Enforcement and Debtor Protection [] SLC (DP) (November ) Poinding and Warrant Sale [] SLC (Report) (April ) Point Four General Agreement between the United States of America and India for Technical Co-operation (Bilateral) [] UKTS (28 December ).

I GIVE the following instances. First, The apprisings of common law reach land only, of which the property is vested in the debtor. The apprising a minute of sale of land, and a disposition without in∣feftment, was introduced by the sovereign court.

Page Second, A is creditor to B, and B to C. The debt due by C to B is transferred to A by. Full text of "A View of the Office of Sheriff in Scotland: Of the Duties Incident Thereto " See other formats. THE BOOK OF FALLACIES, FROM UNFINISHED PAPERS, ; It might perhaps not be a great deal too much to say of it, that in its present state, it might form a warrant for the appointment of a Committee of the House of Commons, and the consideration of it, the subject-matter of a portion of the labours of such a committee; and while the.

Mike Dailly: ‘A representative legal profession: cornerstone of a fairer and more just Scotland’ Mike Dailly is principal solicitor of Govan Law Centre, a prominent social justice campaigner and an outspoken advocate of the role of law in protecting the interests and promoting the needs of the most disadvantaged in Scotland’s society.

POINDING, PERSONAL, Scotch law. Poinding of the goods belonging to the debtor; and of those goods only. It may have for its warrant either letters of horning, containing a clause for poinding, and then it is executed by messengers; or precepts of poinding, granted by sheriffs, commissaries, &c., which are executed by their proper officers.

(a) a warrant containing an order shortening or extending the period of notice or any other order other than a warrant which the sheriff clerk may sign; (b) a warrant for arrestment on the dependence in a family action within the meaning of rule (1) in respect of a claim to which section 19 of the Family Law (Scotland) Act (X Report on Poinding and Warrant Sale - Report on a Reference Under Section 3 (1) (e) of the Law Commissions Act,Great Britain Scottish Law Commission X Essential Net Novice Websites - Jump Start Your Web Adventures: A Web Pointers Guide, Kitty Williams, Robin Lind.Sheriff Court Forms Sheriff Court Fees About the Sheriff Court Guidance Notes.

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