Civil Law and Civil Justice achievements between 1999 and 2003
Stopping fires from starting requires the community and the fire service to work together to deliver safer communities.
Domestic Abuse [Law, Order and Public Safety]
Information about Domestic Abuse and the steps that the Scottish Executive are taking
Overview of Scotland's fire brigades as aprt of the Fire sub topic for Justice
Info on judicial appointments, complaints against Judiciary, salaries and pensions and court fees
Partnership Commitments 2003-2007 for Civil Law and Civil Justice
Most police powers and functions are devolved to the Scottish Parliament. Areas for which legislative responsibility remains with UK Government include national security, terrorism, firearms and drugs
Property Law [Law, Order and Public Safety]
Information about Property Law
Consultation on Regulations and Guidance on throughcare and aftercare
Information on cervical smears examined by NHS laboratories in Scotland during the quarter ending 31 March 2003.
Information about Part 4 of the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
Part 4 Code for Care Home Managers
Part 4 Code for Supervisory Bodies
The main civil courts are the Court of Session and the Sheriff Courts. They deal with matters such as compensation claims, debt and family issues.
Memorandum Fireworks Bill
Latest in a series of publications giving information on staffing of Scottish Local Authority social work services
Results of the Gross Domestic Product for Scotland for the First Quarter of 2003
To Implement Commission Decision 2000/68/EC and Order may be cited as the Horse Passport (scotland) order 2003 and shall come into force on 1st January 2003
This document is a model contract which links into the document entitled 'Guidance for Pre-School Education Partners'
Estimates the impact of the 2001 Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak on the Scottish economy