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Scots law: a student guide 3rd ed

Clark, Bryan and Busby, Nicole and Spink, Paul and Paisley, Roderick (2006) Scots law: a student guide 3rd ed. Tottel Publishing. ISBN 9781845921620

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Abstract

Scots Law - A Student Guide provides the most up-to-date comprehensive overview of the law in Scotland avaliable and is suitable for students on the LLB and other law courses. This new edition takes into account recent legislative and case law developments, particulary in the arena of human rights.In clear and concise terms, this essential textbook provides both a general introduction to the principles and history of Scots law and a more detailed introduction to the most important areas of Scots law. Each chapter includes Summary, Case Digest and Further Reading sections to identify central points and to aid revision.