The Highlands and Islands loom large in any discussion of landownership and land reform in Scotland. One prominent silhouette is formed by the Isle of Lewis. It has a chequered history, involving the common Gàidhealtachd mix of clearance, resistance and eccentric lairds (the last being provided by the Mathesons and Lord Leverhulme, who built their respective fortunes on opium and soap).
|Number of pages||2|
|Journal||Journal of the Law Society of Scotland|
|Publication status||Published - 16 May 2011|
- land reform
- Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003