Queen of Scots

James Caithness made this Freedom of Information request to Law Society of Scotland
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Dear Law Society of Scotland,

In Scotland with the people of Scotland being sovereign and not the monarch........

Why can't the queen be called to give evidence under oath?

Yours faithfully,

James Caithness

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Dear Mr Caithness,

 

Thank you for contacting the Law Society of Scotland.

 

The Law Society of Scotland is not subject to Freedom of Information
legislation but we do try to respond where we can.

 

The Society does not however advise directly on the law so I regret that
we are not in a position to comment.

 

Yours Sincerely,

 

Steven Gilluley

Public Communications Executive

Law Society of Scotland

Atria One, 144 Morrison Street

Edinburgh

EH3 8EX

T – 0131 226 7411

 

 

From: James Caithness <[1][FOI #600520 email]>
Sent: 30 August 2019 11:49
To: lawscot <[2][Law Society of Scotland request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Queen of Scots

 

Dear Law Society of Scotland,

In Scotland with the people of Scotland being sovereign and not the
monarch........

Why can't the queen be called to give evidence under oath?

Yours faithfully,

James Caithness

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Dear lawscot,

You have two downloads. When I click on them there is nothing to see. There is no answer.

Yours sincerely,

James Caithness