Lord Ordinary


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Lord Ordinary

a judge of the Court of Session.
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They said: "There is no substantial merit in the argument that the Lord Ordinary [Lady Stacey] exercised her discretion wrongly in refusing to adjourn the proof.
Under his reading of article 17, the Lord Ordinary allowed proof only as to the peptic ulcer.
Morris's appeal and (2) to allow Bristow's appeal, restoring the decision of the Lord Ordinary.