Differences between Scottish and English contracts

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Documents in Scotland are not executed under hand or as a deed. They are required to be executed in what is called a ‘self-proving manner’ in accordance with the Requirements of Writing (Scotland) Act 1995. What is meant by ‘self-proving’ is that the fact that all the correct parties have signed...

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