Contents 1 History 1.1 Centenary 2 Remit and jurisdiction 2.1 Divisional Court 2.2 Full Court 2.3 Scottish Land Commission 3 Judges and office holders 3.1 Chairman 3.1.1 Previous Chairmen 3.2 Agricultural Members 3.3 Principal Clerk 4 Decisions 5 See also 6 References 7 Notes 8 External links

History[edit] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (April 2017) The court was established on 1 April 1912 under section 3 of the Small Landholders (Scotland) Act 1911,[1] which was amended by the Scottish Land Court Act 1993.[2] Centenary[edit] This article needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (April 2017) In 2012 Lord McGhie will lead a special visit to the site of the Battle of the Braes on Skye to commemorate the centenary of the court's founding. The party will include Lord Bracadale, who was born on the island. The group will pass the church in Camustianaviag where the first witnesses to the court gave evidence in 1912, and is expected to acknowledge that the court "stands on the shoulders" of the crofters of the Braes who resisted eviction in 1882.[3]

Remit and jurisdiction[edit] The duty of the court is to settle disputes, relating to agricultural tenancies and to crofts and crofters, by means of a written decision on the case that is reported in the Scottish Land Court Reports and other publications.[4][5] The court maintains a close relationship with the Lands Tribunal for Scotland, although the duties of both the Land Court and Lands Tribunal are distinct they both share the same administrative office, and the Chairman of the Land Court is also President of the Lands Tribunal.[6] The court does not adjudicate disputes concerning the ownership of land, or disputes between owners of adjoining land concerning the boundaries thereof, but its scope does include disputes between crofters on such matters. It does not deal with the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1993 regarding succession, the apportionment of common grazings, or decrofting an area of croft land—all of which are within the scope of the Crofters Commission.[7] When founded, the Scottish Land Court and its judiciary were an administration separate to the Court of Session, the High Court of Justiciary and the sheriff courts. The Judiciary and Courts (Scotland) Act 2008 sought to create a unified judiciary for Scotland, and so the Judiciary and Courts (Scotland) Act 2008 (Scottish Land Court) Order 2017 transferred responsibility for the administration of the court to the Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service, and made the Chairman and Deputy Chairman part of the unified Scottish judiciary under the Lord President.[8] Divisional Court[edit] The main business of the Court is handled through local hearings through the Divisional Court, which will hear cases at local venues. The hearings are not required to be held in local sheriff courts; they may be heard in village halls and other similar venues.[9] Hearings at the Divisional Court can involve one of the Agricultural Members of the Court, supported by the Principal Clerk as legal adviser, or one of the legally qualified Chairman or Deputy Chairman. The decision is made by the Member, whether agricultural or legally qualified.[10] Cases are remitted to the Agricultural Members when the Court decides they are suited to make a decision.[5] A hearing can take two alternative formats: a proof or a debate. A proof is the standard form of civil hearing in Scotland, where the parties get a chance to prove their case. At a proof, evidence is presented and witnesses can be called. In a debate, there is only a hearing of legal arguments, and no witnesses are called. Debates are used where the primary concern is a question of law.[11] The Member responsible for the Divisional Court can inspect the property involved in the dispute, and will usually do so at the end of a hearing. The purpose of the inspection is for the Member (and the Principal Clerk, where the Divisional Court is presided over by an Agricultural Member) to fully understand the evidence and to make a decision with a proper understanding of the nature of the dispute.[5][12] No new evidence will be heard or taken during an inspection. An inspection may be unaccompanied (neither party present) or accompanied (with both parties present).[13] Decisions of the Divisional Court may be appealed to the Full Court. The appeal is not an opportunity for a rehearing of the case, but is an opportunity to challenge a wrong decision made by the Divisional Court. This challenge will usually be on a question of law.[14] In very limited circumstances, and where important information was not put to the Court at first hearing, it is possible to seek a rehearing. At a rehearing the Court will need to know the reasons for the information not being presented at the original hearing.[15] Full Court[edit] Appeals against decision of the Divisional Court are heard by the Full Court: all the Members of the Court meet in a single hearing. The Full Court will normally be chaired by either the Chairman or the Deputy Chairman, and will include any Member not involved in the initial hearing at Divisional Court. Some disputes are heard at first hearing in the Full Court; such cases may be appealed to the Court of Session.[14] Scottish Land Commission[edit] The Scottish Land Commission has been established to review land usage, ownership, and management in Scotland, as well as reviewing the legislation as part of the agenda of land reform. The Tenant Farming Commissioner has a specific jurisdiction related to landlords and tenant farmers. The Tenant Farming Commissioner has powers described by the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016.[16] The Press and Journal newspaper reported on 8 April 2017 that Bob McIntosh, the first Tenant Farming Commissioner, hoped that the Codes of Practice he would develop would help tenants and landowners to resolve disputes without recourse to the Scottish Land Court. He stated that he would be able to investigate instances where a landlord or tenant had not complied with the Codes of Practice, following the lodging of a formal complaint.[17]

Judges and office holders[edit] The Court is led by the Chairman, who is legally qualified and ranks as a Senator of the College of Justice, with a Deputy Chairman, who is also legally qualified, and holds office as an advocate. There are two additional Members who are experienced in farming and crofting matters. [18] The running of the court is under the control of the Principal Clerk, who is a qualified lawyer, and will advise the Agricultural Members when they sit as a Divisional Court.[10] As of April 2017 the Land Court was made up of: Current judiciary and members[18] Office Name Year appointed Chairman Lord Minginish* 2014 Deputy Chairman Iain F Maclean 2015 Agricultural Member John Smith 2006 Agricultural Member Tom Campbell 2016 * Lord Minginish is also the Gaelic-speaking member of the Court, as required by Section 1(5) of the Scottish Land Court Act 1993.[18][2] Chairman[edit] The Chairman of the Scottish Land Court is also appointed President of the Lands Tribunal for Scotland, and has the same rank and tenure as a Senator of the College of Justice, but does not number as a member of the Court of Session. The office of Chairman was created with the founding of the Scottish Land Court in 1991 under the Small Landholders (Scotland) Act 1911.[19] The Chairman is legally qualified, and must satisfy the same eligibility criteria as a Senator: that is, they must have served at least five years as sheriff or sheriff principal, and have been either an advocate for five years, or a solicitor with five years rights of audience before the Court of Session or High Court of Justiciary, or been a Writer to the Signet for ten years (having passed the examination in civil law at least two years before application.)[20][21] The Chairman is supported by a Deputy Chairman, who holds the office of advocate.[18] As of April 2017[update], the Chairman of the Scottish Land Court is Lord Minginish who was appointed by the Monarch on 1 October 2014, having previously served as Deputy Chairman. His nomination by First Minister Alex Salmond was made following a recommendation of the Judicial Appointments Board for Scotland. At the same time he was also appointed by the Scottish Ministers as President of the Lands Tribunal for Scotland.[22] Previous Chairmen[edit] Previous chairmen of the Land Court have been: 1912–18: Lord Kennedy[1] 1918–34: Lord St Vigeans[23] 1934–38: Lord Macgregor Mitchell[24] 1938–41: Lord Murray[25] 1941–65: Lord Gibson[26] 1965–78: Lord Birsay[27] 1978–92: Lord Elliott[28] 1993–96: Lord Philip 1996–2014: Lord McGhie 2014–present: Lord Minginish[29] Agricultural Members[edit] The Agricultural Members (also called "practical Members") are lay (not legally qualified) members of the Court with significant experience of agriculture. They deal with many crofting cases, and sit in the Divisional Court, where they are supported by the Principal Clerk as legal assessor. However, the decisions of the Divisional Court rest with the Agricultural Member.[10] They hear cases throughout Scotland, and are expected to work on average three days a week. By statute they must retire at the age of 70.[30][31] Agricultural Members will need to travel to the place where the dispute has arisen in order to conduct an Inspection. Sometimes they have to spend considerable time away from home. For instance, in 1913 the Divisional Court sat in Shetland for 3 months.[32] Principal Clerk[edit] The Principal Clerk is a legally qualified solicitor who is responsible for the running of the Court and for advising the Agricultural Members when they sit as the Divisional Court. The Principal Clerk is also responsible for the administrative staff of the Court, who are based at the Court's headquarters in Edinburgh.[10][33] As of April 2017[update], the Principal Clerk was Barbara Brown, who was a qualified solicitor and a member of the Law Society of Scotland.[33]

Decisions[edit] Decisions of the Scottish Land Court have varied in format since its inception. Between 1913 and 1963, they were published as a supplement to the Scottish Law Review and Reports of Sheriff Court Cases. Since 1982, the Land Court has produced its own volumes of reported decisions each year. From 1964, decisions of the Court have also been reported in the Scots Law Times, in a section dealing with Land Court cases. Additionally, under the terms of s.18 of the 1886 Act, the Court was obliged to make an annual report to the Secretary of State for Scotland on its proceedings, which would then be presented to Parliament.[34] The court also maintains an online digest[note 2] of all cases, which are organised under the following categories: Agricultural holdings – Rent Agricultural holdings – Notices to quit Agricultural holdings – Certificates of bad husbandry Agricultural holdings – Agricultural subsidies appeals Agricultural holdings – Others Crofts – Status Crofts – Purchase Crofts – Rents Crofts – Resumption Crofts – Decrofting Directions – Appeals Crofts – Others Cottars Procedure and Expenses

See also[edit] Agriculture in Scotland Scottish Land Commission

References[edit] ^ a b "No. 12446". The Edinburgh Gazette. 29 March 1912. p. 320.  ^ a b UK Parliament. Scottish Land Court Act 1993 as amended (see also enacted form), from ^ Ross, David (23 April 2012) "Judges visit island crime scene to mark centenary of land court". Glasgow. The Herald. ^ "Scottish Land Court". Scottish Land Court. 2002. Retrieved 26 August 2009. It has authority to resolve a range of disputes, including disputes between landlords and tenants, in agriculture and crofting.  ^ a b c "About the Court:Overview". Scottish Land Court. 2002. Retrieved 26 August 2009. What does the court do?  ^ "Scottish Land". Retrieved 21 February 2011. There is a close relationship between the Land Court and the Lands Tribunal for Scotland: they share the same offices, and the Chairman of the Land Court is also President of the Lands Tribunal  ^ "Scottish Land". Retrieved 21 February 2011. Various derivatives of the section entitled "What does the Court not do?".  ^ Scottish Parliament. The Judiciary and Courts (Scotland) Act 2008 (Scottish Land Court) Order 2017 as made, from ^ Ross, David (24 October 2014). "The Highland Line | Lord Minginish's Scottish Land Court appointment proves the powers that be sometimes get it right". HeraldScotland. Newsquest Media Group. Retrieved 7 April 2017.  ^ a b c d "Beginnings and History | Scottish Land Court". Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service. Retrieved 7 April 2017.  ^ "Preparation for hearings | 2. Types of hearing [Plain Guide to Litigation]". Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service. 2011. Retrieved 7 April 2017.  ^ Misselbrook, Peter; Hepburn, Stephanie (December 2015). "Agricultural Rent Reviews – practical steps when applying to the Scottish Land Court for a rent determination" (PDF). Shepherd and Wedderburn. Retrieved 29 April 2017.  ^ "The hearing and subsequent matters | 5. Inspection [Plain Guide to Litigation]". Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service. 2011. Retrieved 7 April 2017.  ^ a b "Appeals [Plain Guide to Litigation]". Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service. 2011. Retrieved 7 April 2017.  ^ "Decisions [Using: The Scottish Land Court]". Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service. Retrieved 7 April 2017.  ^ "Tenant Farming – Scottish Land Commission". Retrieved 2017-04-26.  ^ "Rural Relationships in Focus". Press and Journal newspaper. 7 April 2017. Retrieved 25 April 2017.  ^ a b c d "Welcome | Scottish Land Court". Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service. Retrieved 7 April 2017.  ^ UK Parliament. Small Landholders (Scotland) Act 1911 as amended (see also enacted form), from ^ "Office of the Chair of the Scottish Land Court | Judicial Office for Scotland". Judicial Office for Scotland. Retrieved 7 April 2017.  ^ "Eligibility for Judicial Appointment | Judicial Appointments Board for Scotland". Judicial Appointments Board for Scotland. 2016. Retrieved 4 April 2017.  ^ "Land Court and Lands Tribunal appointment" (Press release). Edinburgh: Scottish Government. 12 September 2014. Retrieved 7 April 2017.  ^ "No. 30668". The London Gazette. 3 May 1918. p. 5360.  ^ "No. 15118". The Edinburgh Gazette. 2 November 1934. p. 901.  ^ "No. 15491". The Edinburgh Gazette. 13 May 1938. p. 391.  ^ "No. 15820". The Edinburgh Gazette. 13 June 1941. p. 305.  ^ "No. 18339". The Edinburgh Gazette. 6 April 1965. p. 243.  ^ "No. 20366". The Edinburgh Gazette. 3 October 1978. p. 999.  ^ "Land Court and Lands Tribunal appointment". The Scottish Government website. 12 September 2014. Retrieved 27 December 2015.  ^ "Member | Scottish Land Court | Vacancy". Scottish Government. 27 November 2015. Retrieved 8 April 2017.  ^ "Section 26 of Judicial Pensions and Retirement Act 1993". 29 March 1993. Retrieved 2 April 2017.  ^ "Book reviews | The Journal Online". Law Society of Scotland. 13 August 2012. Retrieved 8 April 2017.  ^ a b "Office and staff [Contact: The Scottish Land Court]". Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service. Retrieved 8 April 2017.  ^ "Scottish Land". Retrieved 21 February 2011. 

Notes[edit] ^ To be eligible for appointment as a senator a person must have served at least 5 years as sheriff or sheriff principal, been an advocate for 5 years, a solicitor with 5 years rights of audience before the Court of Session or High Court of Justiciary, or been a Writer to the Signet for 10 years (having passed the exam in civil law at least 2 years before application.) ^ Viewable at

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