Inverclyde Council v McCloskey t/a Prince of Wales Bar

Civil procedure – Summary decree: Sheriff Court: Refusing an apppeal in an action in which a landlord enrolled a motion seeking decree that a tenant had incurred irritancy of his lease and that it was entitled to remove him from the subjects, and the sheriff granted summary decree on the basis that there was no defence to action, the court held, inter alia, that the landlord's irritancy notice was valid and that the sheriff exercised his discretion to grant summary decree in the light of the defence placed before him in a manner which gave the court no basis to interfere with his decision.

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