Ask a Scots Law Question, Get an Answer ASAP!
Hello my name is ***** ***** I will be the expert assisting you with this matter today
Please note there may be delays between messages as the experts on this website are all third party and are not on here full time.
You will also receive a request for a phone call. This is automatically generated by the website. I would be happy to facilitate a phone call with you however, do note that there will be a premium service charge should you accept this, you of course, do not have to click the phone call option.
What has brought ou to this conclusion and what information do you believe is being shared?
Thank you I have read and understand your information, can you tell me what your question is specifically please. Many thanks.
In a way yes you can. However, the solicitor themselves would not have the authority to command that they produce the evidence. However, what you seem to be getting at is a case for negligence (it would be up to your lawyer or the court to establish who is, in fact, responsible for the negligence). However, if you were to use a solicitor to bring a claim against all parties for negligence then in that case the court would demand what is called full disclosure, which would include the evidence which you are refereeing to. Additionally if they do not disclose said evidence then your solicitor can put a direct application to the court to ask that this is provided. If the court grants this order then by law, they would have to disclose the information you have requested.
I hope this information has helped. You can find a local solicitor who deals with this on the law society webpage which is;
I would be obliged if you could Click the 5 stars at the top of the webpage (this will not cost any extra). This will tell the website that I have responded to your question, you can, of course, continue to ask any follow up questions free of charge. I won’t be paid for my time from the website if there is no rating left for me.