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    Scope of this Forum

    This Forum is strictly for questions on Scottish Legal and Rental matters, for Residential or Commercial tenancies.

    As our legal knowledge is largely confined to England & Wales, we are actively seeking contributions from those members with Scottish property law expertise, ideally solicitors. Suitable contributors can apply for Topic Expert status giving link-back advertise rights.

    The Forum is not available for members to advertise their services or tout for business. Members must remove advertising links from their posts' signature lines or other footers.

    All offending threads will be deleted without notice. Anyone wishing to advertise on LandlordZONE should send a private message to Editor or an e-mail to advertising@landlordzone.co.uk
    Last edited by LandlordZONE; 21-10-2010, 17:05 PM.

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    All existing threads relevant to Scottish law have been moved into this new Forum.
    If members note any others (except in 'TAX LAW' [same throughout UK] and in 'TAKE A BREAK'), please report them and they too will be moved here.

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