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Publication - Statistics Publication

Civil justice statistics in Scotland 2015-2016

Published: 28 Mar 2017
Part of:
Law and order, Statistics
ISBN:
9781786528667

Statistics on civil justice, which aims to resolve a range of disputes from debt and eviction to divorce.

87 page PDF

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87 page PDF

1.6MB

Contents
Civil justice statistics in Scotland 2015-2016
Footnotes

87 page PDF

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Footnotes

1. Unless otherwise stated, the statistics in this bulletin exclude summary applications. However, the number of repossession cases shown in the chart above and discussed in the Repossession section includes summary applications.

2. Data prior to 2008-09 cannot be compared directly with later data. For more information, see the Quality of the statistics section.

3. Including summary applications.

4. Data prior to 2008-09 cannot be compared directly with later data, and is discussed here only to provide historical context. For more information, see the Quality of the statistics section.

5. More information on the SCJS can be found within the Scottish Government website.

6. For more information, see SCJS 2014-15 publication table 9.4.

7. Information on the SCJS questionnaire.

8. The questionnaire changed in 2012-13 from previous years how it asked about receiving help from a solicitor.

9. For more detailed information on the simplified divorce procedure see the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service website.

10. Data prior to 2008-09 cannot be compared directly with later data, and is discussed here only to provide historical context. For more information, see the Quality of the statistics section.

11. These proportions are obtained via the individual-level divorce data as described above.

12. See Reported Road Casualties Scotland 2015, Transport Scotland

13. See Housing Statistics for Scotland - Evictions, Scottish Government


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