Date of Decision: 2 Mar 1803
Abstract: John Scott purchased a farm in Ormiston, which was in possession of Mr. Brodie, as a tenant. As a result of landlord petitions, the Lord Ordinary issued a bill of suspension an interdict against the tenant. Parties discussed if Mr. Brodie was entitled to an away-going crop of that land or if the petitioner was entitled to the value of the crop, without allowance for feed and labour.
Subjects: Possession, tenant

Published Report

William Morison, The Decisions of the Court of Session (1811),

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