On this page you will find details of decisions made in recent cases. There are examples under the jurisdictions relating to disputed compensation, valuation for rating, tenants’ rights to buy, discharge of land obligations, Land Register appeals, title conditions, abolition of feudal tenure, tenancies-at-will and land reform. You may browse or search these examples below.
Browse the decisions
Selecting a jurisdiction will bring up a list of recent cases on that subject by name and LTS reference number. Selecting the number will bring up the Opinion of the Tribunal in that case. This will usually include a headnote with key phrases that will help indicate the specific type of issues dealt with. In many cases there will also be a short summary.
Please choose a jurisdiction of interest:
- Disputed compensation
- Valuation for rating
- Tenants’ rights to buy
- Discharge of land obligations
- Land Register appeals
- Title conditions
- Abolition of feudal tenure
- Land reform
- Electronic Communications Code
Search the decisions
Alternatively you may search through the decisions for particular words or phrases, using the search form below. You might search by the name of an applicant or respondent, for example, or by the name or location of a property, or by some aspect of the case.
Some search tips to help you get the best results
- Check spelling! Make sure your search terms are spelled correctly.
- Use phrases. The search will return more refined results from a phrase than from a single word. To search for a phrase, place double quotation marks around the search term, e.g. "Edinburgh City Council".
- Add + (plus sign) in front of words or phrases that must appear in results.
- Add - (minus sign) in front of words or phrases that must not appear in results.
- By default, search terms are not case sensitive.
- The search engine ignores “stop-terms”, which are common words like it, and, the, that etc.
- Special characters like #, !, $, %, |, & etc. are allowed in search terms.
- Searching can be expanded with a wildcard (*). Adding a * to the end of a term will match all endings. For example: “test*” will match “tests”, “tested”, “testing” etc. Stop-terms are included in wildcard searches.
- These options can be placed in any order in front of the query:
- c: for a case sensitive search.
- w: to match whole words only.
- st: to include stop-terms.
- all: to add + in front of all terms.
For example, will do a case sensitive search that will return results only where the phrases “Deed of Conditions” and “Housing Association” are both present.