A v The Secretary of State for The Home Department: SCS 17 May 2013

The reclaimer seeks recall of an interlocutor of Lord Boyd of Duncansby dated 7 November 2012 by which he allowed an amendment of the petition to anonymise the petitioner (the anonymity order) and gave directions in terms of section 11 of the Contempt of Court Act 1981 (the 1981 Act) prohibiting publication of the name of the petitioner and other matters (the section 11 order).


The Lord President


[2013] ScotCS CSIH – 43, 2013 SC 533, 2013 SLT 749, 2013 GWD 19-377






LeaveA, Re Permission To Appeal Under Section 103(B) of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 SCS 18-Nov-2008
Application for permission to appeal against a determination of the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal . .

Cited by:

At Court of SessionA v British Broadcasting Corporation (Scotland) SC 8-May-2014
Anonymised Party to Proceedings
The BBC challenged an order made by the Court of Session in judicial review proceedings, permitting the applicant review to delete his name and address and substituting letters of the alphabet, in the exercise (or, as the BBC argues, purported . .
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Updated: 13 October 2022; Ref: scu.510125