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|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||The Contract (Third party Rights)(Scotland) Bill: Resetting the Law|
|Citation:||Little T (2017) The Contract (Third party Rights)(Scotland) Bill: Resetting the Law, Juridical Review, 2017 (Part 3), pp. 187-194.|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: The Contract (Third Party Rights) (Scotland) Bill was introduced to the Scottish Parliament on 31 January 2017 and Parliament agreed to the general principles of the Bill on 25 May 2017. It passed Stage 2 process on 27th June 2017 and now proceeds to Stage 3. The Bill is the third Scottish Law Commission Bill to have been considered by the Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee (DPLRC), under the relatively new Scottish Law Commission Bill process which was introduced in 2013.|
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