The Christian Institute, Family Education Trust and similar, Mcintosh and Thomas v The Scottish Minister: SCS 3 Sep 2015

(Second Division, Inner House) The petitioning charities challenged the validity of the 2014 Act saying that it was an unwarranted intrusion on the private lives of families in Scotland.

Lord Carloway, the Lord Chief Justice Clerk
2015 Fam LR 121, [2015] ScotCS CSIH – 64, [2015] CSIH 64, 2015 GWD 29-484, 2016 SC 47, 2015 SLT 633
Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014
Appeal fromIn The Petition of The Christian Institute and Others for Judicial Review of The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 SCS 22-Jan-2015
The claimants challenged the 2014 Act saying that in appointing a nominated professional individual for every child, the human rights of the family had been disproportionately interfered with. . .

Cited by:
Appeal fromThe Christian Institute and Others v The Lord Advocate SC 28-Jul-2016
(Scotland) By the 2014 Act, the Scottish Parliament had provided that each child should have a named person to monitor that child’s needs, with information about him or her shared as necessary. The Institute objected that the imposed obligation to . .

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Children, Human Rights

Updated: 04 January 2022; Ref: scu.552306