Macaulay v Morrison and another

Crofting – Crofting Register – First registration of croft – Sufficient interest to challenge registration. Court of Session: In a special case stated by the Scottish Land Court, the Inner House held that the Land Court had not erred in dismissing an application challenging the first registration of a croft in the Crofting Register on basis that the appellant had failed to instruct a sufficient interest to challenge the registration; the appellant had not demonstrated that he should be regarded as a person who, for the purposes of s 14(1) of the Crofting Reform (Scotland) Act 2010, was 'otherwise aggrieved' by the first registration.

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