Differences between Scottish and English contracts

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The difference between English and Scottish law in relation to latent defects and time limitation is caused by the differences in prescription and limitation statutes in the two countries. In England, the ordinary time limit for an action founded on a simple contract is six years. Where a contract is constituted...

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