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.

Published Reports

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


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