§ MR. JAMES COWAN
asked the Lord Advocate, Whether his attention has been called to the hardships inflicted upon domiciled Scotchmen by suing them in the High Court of Justice in London for small sums; and, whether he purposes to bring in a Bill to remedy the grievance?
THE LORD ADVOCATE (Mr. J. B. BALFOUR)
My attention has been called 10 to this matter. The service of the writs under which domiciled Scotchmen have been summoned to the English Courts has been allowed under rules framed by the English Judges with reference to the Judicature Act of 1875. Representations are now being made in the proper quarter on the subject.