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Miller Samuel Hill Brown Solicitors Blog

From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.
Throughout the course of the year, there have been number of court cases raised as a result of pubs and commercial businesses illegally showing Sky transmissions and Premier League Football games through decoder equipment. Sky, BT Sport and The Footb
Govan Law Centre (GLC) has begun legal proceedings at Scotland’s Supreme Court on behalf of two of the 330 asylum seekers threatened by Serco with DIY eviction from their accommodation in Glasgow. GLC will seek to prevent private landlords Serco Grou
Buying a house is anecdotally one of the most stressful events in a person’s life – so spare a thought for the Pursuers in Anwar and Another v Britton and Another [2018] SC FAL 31.  Mr. and Mrs. Anwar not only had to go through the stress of buy
The Scottish Law Commission has launched a consultation on possible reforms to Section 53 of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003. 
A recent case from the Court of Session has raised interesting issues about the role of good faith in contracts in Scotland. In Unicorn Tower Limited and Others v HSBC Bank Plc [2018] CSOH 30, a property developer sued a bank for an alleged breach of
New legislation recently passed by the Scottish Parliament will provide a wider range of funding options and better protection from court costs for people considering legal action, the Scottish Government has reported. 
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has called on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to provide more protection for small business owners who use personal assets as collateral for commercial loans. It also suggests that the FCA is not doing enough to tackle issues that arose during the financial crash. 
A long-running dispute over plans to build houses on a site near Culloden battlefield took an unusual turn recently, when Highland Council claimed that approval for development designs had been given in error, reports the Scotsman. 
Following the roster ‘mess up’ in the Summer last year that saw over 40,000 people stranded or have their flights cancelled, Ryanair have now announced that they will reducing the routes that fly from Glasgow Airport to just three – Dublin, Wroclaw a
The Scottish Government has introduced a bill to the Scottish Parliament to reform the law of negative prescription, by which certain legal rights disappear if not acted upon. 
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a consultation over proposals for increasing the remit of the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) to give greater access for small businesses that are in dispute with a financial services firm. 
Voice-command purchasing is enabled as a default on the Alexa devices and we have read several stories of Alexa following commands from the TV to place orders online. Many households in America were confused when Dollhouses started turning up on their doorsteps for it to be traced back to a segment on a TV show that featured a story of a family who were confused as to why a Dollhouse had appeared and then discovered their little girl had asked Alexa “can you play dollhouse with me and get me a dollhouse?”