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  1. O'DONNELL Pursuers; against JAMES LEO RICHARD O'DONNELL and others Defenders, [1] Dominic Pelosi and Robert (Robbie) O'Donnell (the first and second pursuers) are grandchildren of the late Karoline O'Donnell, who died in 1994. The defenders, who include James O'Donnell, grandchildren were left four ordinary shares in the family business, RJ O'Donnell Ltd, giving each, . James O'Donnell's evidence [4] Mr James O'Donnell is a retired dental surgeon who lives
  2. OPINION OF LORD MALCOLM in the cause ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND Pursuers; against JAMES O'DONNELL AND IAN, : Barne; MBM Commercial 28 May 2013 [1] In September 2007 James O'Donnell and Ian McDonald, to the bank's Mr Leonard Marsh) it was explained that Mr O'Donnell anticipated that the site would be capable, arose as to whether the subject should be revalued. On 23 October, Mr Burns and Mr O'Donnell had a telephone conversation. In a note of the conversation, Mr Burns wrote that Mr O'Donnell wants "a fag
  3. was said to be an expert, Mr O'Donnell, who had considerable footballing experience both as a player, assessments and comments upon the evidence of Mr O'Donnell: "[20] The pursuer led the evidence of a skilled witness, Mr Jim O'Donnell. Mr O'Donnell is a freelance sports writer on football, and has played, significant injury to his opponent or even to himself. Mr O'Donnell described a tackle by a player who, Manufacturers Limited 1964 1 W.L.R. 768 and O'Donnell v Murdoch Mackenzie & Company 1967 S.C. (H.L.) 63
  4. by Lord Ross in Morton v O'Donnell 1979 SLT (notes) 26). The defenders argued that the pursuer, of and decision upon a tender by a pursuer to be one of urgency (Morton v O'Donnell (supra), Lord Ross
  5. McDONALD Defender and Appellant; against MANUS O'DONNELL Pursuer and Respondent, ) For the respondent: Simpson; Brodies (for John G O'Donnell, Glasgow) 25 October 2007 Introduction [1] The pursuer, Defender and Appellant; against MANUS O'DONNELL Pursuer and Respondent, ; Brodies (for John G O'Donnell, Glasgow) 25 October 2007 [36] For the reasons given by your, by GRAHAM McDONALD Defender and Appellant; against MANUS O'DONNELL Pursuer and Respondent
  6. contends that the Land Court erred in law by not referring to McDonald v O'Donnell (2008 SC 189, , she could not have enjoyed an agricultural tenancy of any form (McDonald v O'Donnell, supra, in which
  7. in the cause MARTIN O'DONNELL Pursuer; against FIFE COUNCIL Defenders, O'Donnell said in evidence that in April 1992 she nagged the pursuer to go to see his doctor. He, available. [8]Mrs O'Donnell gave evidence about the pursuer's flu-like symptoms over the weekend, of a condom. I understood the suggestion to be that that course was taken to protect Mrs O'Donnell from a recurrence of the stinging sensation. I am quite unable to understand why Mrs O'Donnell should have
  8. Respondent: _______ Appellant: Kerrigan, Q.C., Miss Mitchell; Liam O'Donnell & Co., Glasgow, : _______ Appellant: Kerrigan, Q.C., Miss Mitchell; Liam O'Donnell & Co., Glasgow Respondent, O'Donnell & Co., Glasgow Respondent: Mackay, A.D.; Crown Agent 11 March 2005 [19]I agree
  9. O'Donnell in 2000, and by the defender's pitch expert Graeme Tipp in 2005, the fundamental problem, , namely Messrs Kidd (formerly of ETC and Charles Lawrence), O'Donnell and Gibb for the pursuers, observed just over two years later, and it is noteworthy that Mr O'Donnell cited roller marks, stated particle size for the stone content was entirely consistent with Mr O'Donnell's measurement, part of it. Mr O'Donnell's evidence was particularly positive in this connection. His considered view
  10. and expenses awarded to the pursuer. She also referred to O'Donnell v M. & G. Robertson 1965, the principal sum due by him under an award or in terms of a settlement (Burns at page 240; O'Donnell at page

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