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In that response we set out our intention to consider the provisions relating to interest on damages when we come to reform the law on damages generally. As part of a wider consultation on ‘Civil Law of Damages: Issues in Personal Injury’ the Scottish Government asked whether there would be merit in
he Scottish Government concluded not to proceed with the Interest (Scotland) Bill. The reasons for this decision can be found in a letter to the Scottish Law Commission here or if a will is required to be drawn up will writing Scotland
reviewing again the existing approach to interest on damages for personal injury. The overwhelming majority of those who provided a view considered that there would be merit in reviewing separately the existing approach to interest on damages for personal injury. However, the wider policy on damages for personal injury is still under consideration and we have no firm timescale for taking forward any legislation and conveyancing Scotland can do Scottish property law work and conveyancing anywhere in Scotland to get a Quick House Sale Scotland.