The latest Scottish legal news from Drummond Miller
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The New Student Rules

The New Student Route On 10th September 2020 the government laid before parliament changes to the Immigration Rules which take effect from 5th October 2020. The new rules can be... Read More >
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Home Office launches new IDV app

COVID-19 has altered the way that most people operate their businesses, and the Home Office and its commercial partners are no exception to this. The Home Office and its commercial... Read More >
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Update on Family Court Actions

As a result of the Covid-19 lockdown, and resulting social distancing measures, family business in Sheriff Courts around Scotland ground to a virtual halt in March of this year. Only... Read More >
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Lessons from Lockdown

As with every other aspect of life, working practices in our busy legal offices have undergone seismic changes in the last 4 months. Prior to lockdown, we, as a firm,... Read More >
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English Court Interprets Scottish Limitation Laws: JXJ –v- The De La Salle Brothers

Introduction It is not often that an English Court rules on an Act of the Scottish Parliament, but the High Court of Justice has done just that in relation to... Read More >
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Introducing our new property brand

Drummond Miller are proud to present our new and improved property brand. We’ve relaunched with a modern look which stands out amongst our competitors with a bolder and fresher feel... Read More >
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Transvaginal Mesh Fund - Applications to the Scottish Government Mesh Fund invited from 1 July 2020

The Scottish Government announced, in its 2020–2021 budget, that a £1 million fund has been created to support women who have been affected by transvaginal mesh complications. One-off payments of... Read More >
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EEA extended family member update

Regulation 8(2) of the EEA Regulations 2016 defines “Extended family member” and details the condition upon such an individual who is applying for residence document. It states the individual must... Read More >
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Family Law: Children of separated parents and the Covid-19 pandemic

You may remember the considerable press coverage at the start of lockdown regarding children of separated parents, and whether they could travel between households to see each parent. The initial... Read More >
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EU Settlement Scheme – Domestic Abuse

The Home Office latest Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules sets out welcome changes to the EU Settlement Scheme to extend protection to all family members who have been... Read More >