Chapter 29 PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF SUCCESSION - SCOTLAND
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Despite not being party to the Regulation, it is recognised that the Regulation has the potential to affect the estates of UK nationals. This chapter considers some aspects of the jurisdiction and applicable law rules within the Regulation, the current and possible future private international law of succession in Scotland, the potential impact of the Succession Regulation on cross-border succession cases involving some people who are connected with Scotland, focussing in particular on estate planning.

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