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A new edition is due, details can be seen here:
Sudden Deaths and Fatal Accident Inquiries 4th ed isbn 9780414035560

Sudden Deaths and Fatal Accident Inquiries 3rd ed

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ISBN13: 9780414014695
ISBN: 0414014693
New Edition ISBN: 9780414035560
Published: December 2005
Publisher: W. Green
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Hardback
Price: £167.00

Despatched in 7 to 9 days.

Sudden Deaths and Fatal Accidents Inquiries is now established as the standard text in this field and this new edition continues to provide clear and simple explanation of this area of legal practice. The book takes the practitioner through the process of the inquiry from start to finish and includes basic information as well as details of how to deal with sudden deaths in the EU and a description of the role of the coroner in England.

This timely new edition provides essential updates as well as taking account of changes to the rules of the Court of Session. It deals with the major developments in the field of judicial review and impact of the Human Rights Act, ensuring that this text will remain an indispensable, thorough and authoritative guide for all those faced with a sudden death and seeking a clear route through the associated legal process.

This new edition will include chapters on judicial review and human rights and will update the medical material and information on deaths abroad.

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Scots Law
Procurator Fiscal and the investigations of death.
Classes of inquiry.
Before the inquiry.
The inquiry.
The inquiry - practical aspects.
Matters medical.
The coroner.
Some interesting inquiries (a resume of the Lockerbie inquiry and its implications).
The EU dimension.
Final thoughts.