Differences between Scottish and English contracts

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The Contract (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 does not apply in Scotland. Historically, a statutory right was not required, as the legal principle of jus quaesitum tertio (roughly translated as ‘the third party has acquired a right’) existed in Scotland. The law surrounding the jus quaesitum tertio principle was regarded...

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