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The Human Rights Act 1998 provides a fully consolidated copy of the Act with authoritative section-by-section commentary by Alastair Brown. The Human Rights Act1998 has possibly had the biggest impact on the Scottish legal system, other than the Scotland Act itself, in recent history, and it will continue to have considerable impact on the way all legal practice in Scotland is conducted.
Publishing in the Annotated Acts series, this book takes into account that much of the discussion of human rights has even now been superseded by decisions. The annotations interpreting the law give detailed but straightforward explanations to the many intricate and often ambiguous provisions and take account of the significant number of cases brought under the Act. The Human Rights Act 1998 is an essential guide for practitioners, both civil and criminal, providing an ideal, portable companion and working tool.