Local Government

– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 20th November 2001.

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Photo of Fergus Ewing Fergus Ewing Scottish National Party

Question S1W-19768

To ask the Scottish Executive whether the Scottish Executive, any local authority enterprise company or other agency or public body have instructed (a) Thompsons Solicitors and Solicitor Advocates or (b) Digby Brown Solicitors to carry out legal or other services and what the (i) nature of instruction and (ii) remuneration paid or to be paid was in each case.

Photo of Angus MacKay Angus MacKay Labour

Neither Thompsons Solicitors and Solicitor Advocates nor Digby Brown Solicitors has been instructed to carry out legal or other services on behalf of the Executive.

The procurement of legal and other services by local authorities, Local Enterprise Companies and other public bodies is a matter for the individual body concerned and central records are not held by the Executive.

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