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The court action raised by Glasgow City Council to evict the Occupy Glasgow protest in George Square is likely to be granted in absentia as one of the individuals named in the citation has withdrawn from the camp and withdrawn his defence.
The Council took the step of raising the action against two named individuals only, one of whom -whose case calls tomorrow- had instructed Solicitor of the Year Mike Dailly to represent him defending the case.
The individual has now removed himself from the protest, withdrawn instructions and indicated that he "does not want any further involvement".
The Council are likely now to secure a ruling in their favour in the absence of a defence. The second indivdual's case has not yet been scheduled to call.
The Firm understands that similar citations have been issued against other occupiers on an individual basis.
*21.30hrs Update: The Firm has learned that the court's decree is likely to be enforceable against any unnamed occupiers, who have been collectively cited in accordance with the procedure where names are not known.
Image: Occupy the City