About this site
This page sets out some helpful information about the Court web site, covering:
The Court is committed to protecting the privacy of all visitors to our web site and to respecting the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For full details, please see our Privacy and Data Protection Policy.
The Scottish Land Court is committed to making its web site accessible, in accordance with the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018 (“the 2018 Regulations”). We have tried to make this site simple and accessible to all visitors — no matter what browsing software or assistive technology they may be using.
If you find something that needs improvement to make the site even more accessible, please let us know by email to SLCourtMailbox@scotcourtstribunals.gov.uk.
If you would like tips on how to make the web in general more accessible for you, AbilityNet’s My Computer My Way pages have advice on making your device easier to use if you have a disability.
We have applied best practices in design, coding and testing of this site, and we believe that all web pages on this site conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 at Level AA as required by EN 301 549: Accessibility requirements for ICT products and services.
Non-web documents 1
Some pages on this site include download links to Microsoft Word or Portable Document Format (PDF) files; notably application forms. These non-web documents may not be fully accessible because they are intended for printing.
- For legal and administrative reasons, the Court requires application forms to be completed, signed and submitted in hard copy.
- Other non-web documents have accessible alternatives, or are outwith the scope of the 2018 Regulations, or both.
1 A non-web document is defined at Clause 3 of EN 301 549 as a “document that is not a web page, not embedded in web pages nor used in the rendering or functioning of the page” — in other words, a downloadable document.
Our web site was built using up-to-date standards (HTML5 and CSS3) and responsive web design techniques — meaning that the web site alters the presentation and layout of pages to better suit the screen on which it is being viewed. A given page may not look exactly the same on a mobile phone as it does on a desktop computer, but the text and any important images are identical.
These changes should mean a better experience of the site for you, regardless of the hardware and software you are using.
Web site credits
This web site was designed and built and is maintained and hosted by DECEMBER14 Web Design Studio, Edinburgh. The text was written by the Chairman, Members and staff of the Court. See humans.txt for more details.
Copyright to the contents and visual appearance of this web site lies with the Scottish Land Court. You may copy or print pages from this site for your own use, without formal permission or charge. You may not copy, reproduce or redistribute any part of this site in any manner for any other purpose without the written permission of the Court.
Use of the source code and graphics underlying this web site is governed by the terms of the licence.
The Scottish Land Court seeks to ensure that the information published on this web site is up to date and accurate. However, the information on the web site does not constitute legal or professional advice and the Scottish Land Court cannot accept any liability for actions arising from its use. The Scottish Land Court cannot be held responsible for the contents of any other web site referenced by an external link.