judicial factor

judicial factor

in Scotland, a kind of trustee appointed by the court to administer an estate, sometimes of a person incapable or a partnership that is unable to function.
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However, Sheriff Principal JNR McPhail, chairman of Stirling County Appeal Tribunal, claimed large numbers of men could be freed for military service if the licensing authorities and Board of Control agreed that licences could be temporarily transferred to wives , general manager or a judicial factor who could oversee operations at a number of pubs .
"This led to us going to the Court of Session to request the appointment of a judicial factor to the firm in April 2012 and, following investigation, we prosecuted all six former partners before the independent SSDT.
Allegedly inadequate notice has been a key judicial factor in damage awards to distributors.
Last month the same judge suspended the trustees - one of whom is Freeman's uncle, appointed a judicial factor to run the charity and froze its bank accounts.
A legally appointed agent, known as a judicial factor, was appointed in 2009 to run Lyons's firm.
The Law Society of Scotland, the country's legal watchdog, had appointed accountants Henderson Loggie as judicial factor that month after examining Ross Harper's books.
One of their two offices is being run by a judicial factor appointed by the Court of Session in Edinburgh and their work has been passed to other law firms.
Judicial factor Bill Cleghorn yesterday confirmed Easton had paid back some cash - but not how much.
The society appointed a judicial factor to take control of the lawyer's one-man business and investigate his tangled finances.

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