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In re the Baronetcy of Pringle of Stichill [2016] UKPC 16

28 June 2016

20 June 2016

Privy Council: Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury PSC, Baroness Hale of Richmond DPSC, Lord Mance , Lord Clarke of Stone-cum-Ebony , Lord Reed , Lord Hughes , Lord Hodge JJSC

Evidence — Admissibility — DNA evidence — Reference to Privy Council as to entitlement of rival claimants to be registered as baronet in Official Roll — Whether DNA evidence admissible to determine which claimant heir of body of first baronet — Whether to be excluded on public policy grounds — Whether obtained in breach of confidence — Whether to be excluded for breach of statutory data protection requirements — Data Protection Act 1998 (c 29), s 4(4)

Scotland — Baronetcy — Registration in Official Roll — Reference to Privy Council as to entitlement of rival claimants to be registered as baronet in Official Roll — Whether claim barred by delay — Whether barred by d...

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