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Hoekstra and Others v Her Majesty’s Advocate High Court of Justiciary: PC 26 Oct 2000

The Privy Council has no standing to act as a general court of appeal on Scottish law. The jurisdiction given to it by the Act, was limited as prescribed by the Act to what are called devolution issues, issues related to the acts of devolution. Not all constitutional issues were indeed devolution issues.Save for devolution … Continue reading Hoekstra and Others v Her Majesty’s Advocate High Court of Justiciary: PC 26 Oct 2000