At Morton Fraser we have highlighted clarity as our guiding principle.
This directs the way we communicate, the way we advise, the way we conduct relationships with our clients and the way we are totally transparent and upfront about our charges. This applies to all our services from the straightforward to the more complex.
In this month's bulletin we look at Lord Woolman's recent decision on the right of a party to adjudicate a dispute as many times as it likes. We consider the role of equity in actions of division and sale following Sheriff Principal Scott's decision in the Collins case; and we dwell on the impact on our business clients and private clients alike following the Supreme Court's decision in Durkin.
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