List of Acts of the Parliament of Scotland to 1707

This is a list of Acts of the Parliament of Scotland. It lists the Acts of Parliament of the old Parliament of Scotland, that was merged with the old Parliament of England to form the Parliament of Great Britain, by the Union with England Act 1707.

The numbers after the titles of the Acts are the chapter numbers. Acts are referenced using 'Year of reign', 'Monarch', c, 'Chapter number' — e.g. 16 Charles II c 2 — to define a chapter of the appropriate statute book. Chapter numbers given in the duodecimo edition, where applicable, are given in square brackets.

This list is only a partial catalogue of Acts that remained on the statute books even after the Union of 1707. For a largely comprehensive edition of Scottish Acts of Parliament see Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, ed. Thomas Thomson. A new edition has been edited by the Scottish Parliament Project at the University of St Andrews and is available online as the Records of the Parliaments of Scotland.

For the period after 1707, see list of Acts of the Parliament of Great Britain.

15th centuryEdit

1424Edit

Record ed: 26 May

  • Church Act 1424[1] (c 1) [12mo ed: 1424 c 1] (Of the fredome of halikirk.)[2] This Act was repealed because it was superseded by 1425 c 1.[3]
  • Public Peace Act 1424[4] (c 2) [12mo ed: 1424 c 2] (Of pece to be kepit throu the realme.)[2]
  • Treason Act 1424[5] (c 3) [12mo ed: 1424 c 3] (Of rebellouris aganis the kingis persone.)[2]
  • Treason Act 1424[6] (c 4) [12mo ed: 1424 c 4] (Of inforsing the King aganis notour rebellouris.)[2]
  • Riders and Gangers Act 1424[7] (c 5) [12mo ed: 1424 c 5] (Of ridaris and gangaris throu the cuntre.)[2]
  • Officers of Law Act 1424[8] (c 6) [12mo ed: 1424 c 6] (Of the ministeris and officiaris of law throu the realme.)[2]
  • Sorners Act 1424[9] (c 7) [12mo ed: 1424 c 7] (Of sornaris.)[2]
  • Customs and Burgh Mails Act 1424[10] (c 8) (Of the custumis and buroumaillis of the realme.)[2]
  • Crown Revenues Act 1424[11] (c 9) [12mo ed: 1424 c 9] (Anent inquisicione of the kingis landis possessionis and annuel rentis.)[2]
  • Supply Act 1424[12] (c 10) (Of a general yelde to be rasyt for the payment of the finance to be made in Ingland for our lord the kingis costage.)[2]
  • Salmon Act 1424[13] (c 11) [12mo ed: 1424 c 10][2] (Of slauchter of salmonde in tyme forbodyne be the law.)
  • Salmon Act 1424[14] (c 12) [12mo ed: 1424 c 11] (Of crufis and yaris.)[15] This Act related to "cruives and yairs, i.e. salmon traps and salmon yards or dams".[16]
  • Royal Mines Act 1424[17] (c 13) [12mo ed: 1424 c 12] (still in force)
  • Clergy Act 1424[18] (c 14) [12mo ed: 1424 c 13] (Of clarkis and thair procuratoris passand oure the see.)[2]
  • Clergy Act 1424[19] (c 15) [12mo ed: 1424 c 14] (Of clerkis purchessand pensionis out of beneficis.)[2]
  • Of the custum of gold and silver had oute of the realme. (c 16) [12mo ed: 1424 c 15][2]
  • Of strangeris that sellis merchandise in the realme and takis mone tharfor. (c 17) [12mo ed: 1424 c 16][2]
  • Football Act 1424[20] (Of playing at the fut ball.) (c 18) [12mo ed: 1424 c 17][2]
  • Archers Act 1424[21] (c 19) [12mo ed: 1424 c 18] (Of archaris.)[2]
  • Rooks Act 1424[22] (c 20) [12mo ed: 1424 c 19] (Of rukis biggande in treis.)[2]
  • Muirburn Act 1424[23] (c 21) [12mo ed: 1424 c 20]. (Of murbyrne).[2]
  • Of the custum of hors nolt scheip and hering. (c 22) [12mo ed: 1424 c 21][2]
  • Of the custum of mertrik skynnis and other furringis. (c 23) [12mo ed: 1424 c 22][2]
  • Coinage Act 1424[24] (c 24) [12mo ed: 1424 c 23] (Of the amending of the mone.)[2]
  • Innkeepers Act 1424[17] (c 25) [12mo ed: 1424 c 24] (Of hostilaris in burowis townis and thruchfaris) (Repealed by the Statute Law (Repeals) Act 1989 (c 43))
  • Of the age and mark of beggars and of idle men. [12mo ed: 1424 c 25][2]
  • Anent the complaynt of Maister Nicholl of Cumnok apone Maister Ingrem Lindissay that he purchest in the court of Rome ane pensione out of the denry of Abirdene. (c 26)[25]
  • Supply Act 1424[26] (c 27) (Of the chevisance to be maide in Flanderis for payment of the finance for the kingis costage.)[2]

Record ed: 12 March 1424 (old style)[27] [which is 1425 (new style)]

1425Edit

Record ed: 11 March 1425 (old style) [which is 1426 (new style)]

1426Edit

Record ed: 30 September

1427Edit

Record ed: 1 July

Record ed: 1 March 1427 (old style) [which is 1428 (new style)]

1428Edit

Record ed: 12 July, vol 2, p 17

1429Edit

Record ed: 26 April

  • De fugientibus a Rege vel alio quocunque ejus locum tenente. (c 1) [12mo ed: 1429 c 110][2]
  • De colonis pro anno futuro non removendis. (c 2)[2]

Record ed: 6 March

  • Of mayris of fee. (c 1) [12mo ed: 1429 c 111][2]
  • Of summondis. (c 2) [12mo ed: 1429 c 112][2]
  • Anent excepcionis agane the kingis breifis (c 3) [12mo ed: 1429 c 113][15]
  • Of essonyeis. (c 4) [12mo ed: 1429 c 114][2]
  • Of borghis fundyn be defendouris apon a weir of law and thar fredome to be avisit. (c 5) [12mo ed: 1429 c 115][2]
  • Of falsing of domis. (c 6) [12mo ed: 1429 c 116][2]
  • Of recounteris and of the absens of the partiis at the dome geving of the docrete. (c 7) [12mo ed: 1429 c 117][2]
  • Of the array of knychtis lordis vtheris. (c 8) [12mo ed: 1429 c 118][2]
  • Of the array of burgessis and their wyffis. (c 9)[2]
  • Of the array of yemen and commonis to landwartis. (c 10)[2]
  • Anent the maner of grathing of gentilmen and utheris for weir. (c 11) [12mo ed: 1429 c 120][2]
  • Anent the maner of grathing of yemen for weir. (c 12) [12mo ed: 1429 c 121][2]
  • Of unlawis to be raisit of thaim nocht bodyn as is before wryttin. (c 13) [12mo ed: 1429 c 122][2]
  • Lawburrows Act 1429[17] (c 20) [12mo ed: 1429 c 129] (see Lawburrows) (still in force)

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Record ed: 3 December

Record ed: 14 March

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ReferencesEdit

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  110. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Repealed by section 16(2) and 23(2) of, and Part I of Schedule 5 to, the Prescription and Limitation (Scotland) Act 1973
  111. ^ a b Repealed by the Statute Law (Repeals) Act 1973
  112. ^ Repealed by the Witchcraft Act 1735, section 2
  113. ^ The Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, 1814, vol 2, p 39
  114. ^ The Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, 1814, vol 3, p 4. At p 11 the title is rendered as "Anent the demissioun of the Crowne in fauouris of our Souerane Lord, and his Maiesteis Coronatioun".
  115. ^ "Succession (Scotland) Act 2016". legislation.gov.uk. Retrieved 3 June 2021.
  116. ^ Wodrow, Robert (1832). The History of the Suffering of the Church of Scotland. Vol. 3. Blackie. pp. 295–297.
  117. ^ The Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, vol 9, p 15
  118. ^ "Parliamentary Register 28 June 1695". Retrieved 30 May 2016.
  119. ^ The Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, vol 9, p 494
  120. ^ 14 Geo 3 c 32 (1774), preamble
  121. ^ See also "Act of Parliament for Erecting a Bank in Scotland": [3] [4]
  122. ^ The Schedule to the Statute Law Revision (Scotland) Act 1906 says that this is the title of this Act. Cf. The Statute Law Revision (Scotland) Act 1964 and The Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, vol 10, p 60.
  123. ^ Sometimes called "Act anent Registration of Seasins and other writs and diligences": Laws and Acts made in the First Parliament of . . . James VII, 1685, p 497.
  124. ^ Sometimes called "Act for settleing the Communication of Trade": The Statute Law Revision (Scotland) Act 1906, Schedule; The Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, vol 10, p 176.
  125. ^ The Schedule to the Statute Law Revision (Scotland) Act 1906 says that this is the title of this Act. See also The Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, vol 10, p 272.
  126. ^ The title is sometimes rendered as "Act for preventing wrongful imprisonment and against undue delays in trials": Adams and Stephens (eds), Select Documents of English Constitutional History, Macmillan, 1901, p 497.

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