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The Future for Election Challenges

The Future for Election Challenges

28 January, 2016 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Now that we have had time to reflect on the Election Court’s decision in Timothy Denis Morrison & Others v Carmichael & Another [2015] EC 90, what can we say about its wider implications? Well, quite a lot actually according to Gilson Gray partner, Rosie Walker, who acted for Alistair ... read more...
A festive blog from Glen Gilson

A festive blog from Glen Gilson

23 December, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
As Christmas approaches, on behalf of all at Gilson Gray, I would like to thank all of our clients, and the Scottish business community in general, for the invaluable support given to us during 2015. During the year we have continued to experience significant growth. In recent months, we have ... read more...
Wise words from the NAEA – How to make sure your home sells during the winter

Wise words from the NAEA – How to make sure your home sells during the winter

10 November, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
During the winter, the housing market is renowned for being slower, with many people holding off on selling their property until the spring. However, by incorporating a few simple tips, sellers can make their properties look and feel more attractive, increasing the chance of receiving an offer ... read more...
Statement from the National Association of Estate Agents

Statement from the National Association of Estate Agents

16 October, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Matthew Gray, National Association of Estate Agents, regional executive for Scotland, comments on Scottish First Minister’s speech at the SNP Party Conference: “We are pleased that Nicola Sturgeon has committed to building another 50,000 homes if the SNP win the Scottish elections in May 2016. ... read more...
A Trio of Successes in Court –> Part 3 – When a Distribution Agreement is not a Contract for Sale of Goods

A Trio of Successes in Court –> Part 3 – When a Distribution Agreement is not a Contract for Sale of Goods

14 September, 2015 by admin in Blog
Concluding our series of blogs on a recent trio of successes in court, another recent court success for Gilson Gray’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution Team illustrates the importance of understanding the terms of your Distribution Agreement and ensuring you get your contracting ... read more...
A Trio of Successes in Court –> Part 2 – When is a Partnership Agreement not “clear and unambiguous”?

A Trio of Successes in Court –> Part 2 – When is a Partnership Agreement not “clear and unambiguous”?

13 September, 2015 by admin in Blog
The Gilson Gray Litigation & Dispute Resolution Team is at the cutting edge of dispute work in Scotland.  This is the second in a short series of blogs by Iain K Clark Solicitor Advocate, Partner and Head of Litigation and Dispute Resolution at Gilson Gray, regarding 3 of the team’s recent ... read more...
A Trio of Successes in Court –> Part 1 – When “Enough is Enough on Court Costs”

A Trio of Successes in Court –> Part 1 – When “Enough is Enough on Court Costs”

13 September, 2015 by admin in Blog
The Gilson Gray Litigation & Dispute Resolution Team is at the cutting edge of dispute work in Scotland, as demonstrated by three of their recent significant cases.  This is the first in a short series of blogs by Iain K Clark Solicitor Advocate, Partner and Head of Litigation and Dispute ... read more...
Statement from the National Association of Estate Agents

Statement from the National Association of Estate Agents

29 July, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Commenting on yesterday’s announcement from David Cameron, regarding money laundering within the UK property market, Mark Hayward, managing director, National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) says: “We do not tolerate the behaviour of any estate agents who are involved in money laundering ... read more...
My Will, my choice – or is it?

My Will, my choice – or is it?

28 July, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Today’s news has featured reports of a recent court decision in England concerning the terms of a lady’s Will as challenged by her daughter. The case which revolves around testamentary freedom has left advisers re-evaluating the guidance given to clients in the wake of the decision. The Will in ... read more...
Put a little estate planning in the mix

Put a little estate planning in the mix

22 July, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Being down with the kids I spotted that Jesy Nelson of Little Mix fame has become engaged to Jake Roche of Rixton and well known parents fame. This made me think about the issues facing newlyweds today and while it might appear that you need to have the earning capacity of Jesy and Jake to […] read more...