Law School lecturer Malcolm Combe article on Scottish Land Reform in The Conversation

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Malcolm Combe, of the University of Aberdeen’s School of Law, was recently published in The Conversation, on the subject of the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill. The article addresses concerns that the bill, if passed, would enable the Scottish government to force land owners in to selling, under certain conditions. The Duke of Argyll, owner of Inveraray Castle and estate, is one of those concerned about the implications of the bill.

Malcolm was an adviser to the Land Reform Review Group, and chair of a recent discussion event on the subject here at the University of Aberdeen.

You can track the progress of the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill on the Scottish Parliament website.

Have a look at Malcolm’s other publications on his staff profile, and also, check out his blog!

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