Scotland Cases

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  • 28th December 2012
    SW Global Resourcing Limited v Morris & Spottiswood Limited [2012] CSOH 200
  • 29th August 2012
    Pihl UK v Ramboll [2012] CSOH 139
  • 25th May 2012
    Opinion of Lord Malcolm: Whyte and MacKay v Blyth & Blyth Consulting Engineers [2012] CSOH 89
  • 10th May 2012
    Specialist Insulation Ltd v Pro-Duct (Fife) Ltd [2012] CSOH 79
    The pursuer, Specialist, sought to enforce an adjudicator's decision. The defender, Pro-Duct, argued that the contract in question, a supply contract for ductwork, did not provide for adjudication. Both parties insisted that it was the other side's terms and conditions that should apply. Throughout the adjudication process Pro-Duct had insisted that the adjudicator had no jurisdiction to act however its argument before the adjudicator had assumed its terms and conditions did apply. Pro-Duct asked the court to quash the decision on the ground of lack of jurisdiction. Specialist submitted that the parties' agreement did include an agreement to refer any dispute under the contract to adjudication. It relied on a provision within a “Material Supply only Sub-contract Agreement” that accompanied Pro-Duct’s purchase order. It said that, Pro-Duct having presented a challenge...
  • 27th January 2012
    SGL Carbon Fibres Ltd v RBG Ltd [2012] CSOH 19
  • 20th January 2012
    Highlands & Islands Authority Ltd v Shetland Islands Council [2012] ScotCS CSOH_12 (20 January 2012)
  • 20th January 2012
    Shetland Islands Council [2012] CSOH 11
  • 18th August 2011
    Carillion Utility Services Limited v SP Power Systems Limited [2011] CSOH 139
    Under a framework agreement Carillion carried out the excavation, backfilling and reinstatement of works and installed electricity and ancillary cables for SP. Following an adjudicator's decision regarding  Carillion's entitlement to payment it took action to enforce the decision. SP challenged the adjudicator's decision asserting that he had failed to comply with the rules of natural justice in the method which adopted to quantify Carillion's claim. SP claimed that the adjudicator did not adopt the method of quantification which Carillion had put forward and which SP criticised. Instead he had used his own experience of what would constitute reasonable commercial rates, made an assumption about the additional equipment used by Carillion and applied rates which he selected without giving the parties an opportunity to consider and comment on his proposed methodology and the material...
  • 8th April 2011
    Profile Projects Limited v Elmwood (Glasgow) Limited [2011] CSOH 64
  • 31st March 2011
    SGL Carbon Fibres v RBG Scotland [2011] CSOH 62