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Scottish Civil Justice Council 29/09/2011 The Scottish Government is consulting on plans to replace the existing civil rules councils with a single Scottish Civil Justice Council

Scottish Civil Justice Council

The Scottish Government is consulting on plans to replace the existing civil rules councils with a single Scottish Civil Justice Council, with a wider policy role to advise and make recommendations on improving the civil justice system in Scotland.

The Council was suggested by Lord Gill's wide-ranging Scottish Civil Courts Review and will be responsible for implementing the rules changes necessary to implement the review's comprehensive proposals for change.

"Establishing the Council will provide a range of benefits for our justice system and economy and the launch of this consultation today marks an important step towards implementation of civil court reform," said Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill.

Comments are sought by 22nd December 2011.

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