HC Deb 20 July 1983 vol 46 c388

Mr. Alexander Eadie, supported by Mr. Harry Ewing, Mr. Tam Dalyell, Dr. Gavin Strang, Mr. John Smith, Dr. M. S. Miller, Mr. Gordon Brown, Mr. Norman Hogg, Mr. Alexander Pollock, Lord James Douglas-Hamilton, Mr. Donald Stewart, and Mr. Russell Johnston, presented a Bill to make new provision for Scotland with respect to the extinction of obligations to make contributions between wrongdoers; to amend the law relating to the time-limits for bringing actions which consist of or include a claim of damages in respect of personal injuries or a person's death; to make provision relating to the application of rules of law of a country other than Scotland in respect of the extinction of obligations or the limitation of time within which proceedings may be brought to enforce obligations; and for connected purposes; And the same was read the First time; and ordered to be read a Second time upon Friday 2 December and to be printed. [Bill 17.]

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