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At the Scottish Court Service we are committed to providing high-quality services. If you would like to make a complaint or you are dissatisfied with our services, please tell us. The complaints procedure shows how to make a complaint, about our service standards and what you can expect from us. You can download a PDF copy of the complaints procedure here.
The Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 heralds the most significant changes to Scotland’s civil justice system in generations and continues the programme of reform of Scotland’s Courts implementing many of the recommendations of the Scottish Civil Courts Review, led by principal reviewer Lord Gill, commissioned in 2007.
For more information see the Scottish Government website
Corporate Plan for 2014 - 2017 has been published.
Over the next three years, the Court Service will be at the heart of the most significant changes Scotland’s justice system has faced for more than a century.
Corporate Plan news article
A Scottish Government consultation is seeking views on proposals to modernise legislation on Fatal Accident Inquiries (FAI). The proposals aim to implement the remaining recommendations of Lord Cullen’s 2009 Review of Fatal Accident Inquiry Legislation to help modernise the way FAIs are handled in Scotland.
More information on FAIs is available from the SCS FAI webpage.
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