The petitioner challenged the decision of the respondents to flouridate the water supply, claiming that it was damaging to her health. Her challenge was on four gounds, namely: (1) ultra vires, (2) nuisance, (3) breach of the Water (Scotland) Act 1980, and (4) breach of the Medicines Act 1968.
 ScotCS CSOH – 2,  JPL 351, 1983 SC 225, 1983 SLT 616
Medicines Act 1968, Water (Scotland) Act 1980
Cited – Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board SC 11-Mar-2015
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The pursuer claimed that her obstetrician had been negligent, after her son suffered severe injury at birth. The baby faced a birth with shoulder dystocia – the inability of the shoulders to pass through the pelvis. The consultant considered that a . .
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Updated: 12 February 2021; Ref: scu.279524