‘A Practical Guide to the Right to Roam in Scotland’ by Greg Sanders
This is a practical guide to the “Right to Roam in Scotland”, further to Anstalt v Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Authority  CSIH – 22.
The book concentrates on part 1 of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. It offers helpful guidance on matters such as Occupiers Liability and contains detailed guidance on how to litigate matters arising; primarily section 14 notices.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Greg Sanders, Advocate, has been involved in numerous property cases since calling to the Scottish Bar in 2001. These have included Right to Roam cases acting for Landowners and Ramblers. Greg’s property practice has included being instructed as a skilled witness for the High Court in England (relating to Scottish servitude rights (easements).
Chapter One – Introduction
Chapter Two – Definitions and Terminology
Chapter Three – Access Rights
Chapter Four – Enforcement of Access Rights
Chapter Five – Scottish Outdoor Access Code
Chapter Six – Core Paths and Paths
Chapter Seven – Rangers and Local Access Forums
Chapter Eight – Case Law
Chapter Nine – Animals
Chapter Ten – Occupiers’ Liability
Chapter Eleven – Dispute Resolution
Chapter Twelve – Court-Summary Application
Chapter Thirteen – Conclusion
Appendix One – Summary Application and Answers