United Kingdom Encyclopedia of Law     Wiki Legal Encyclopedia (BETA)
What do you need to know about law? Search in more than 1.500.000 entries

Factory in United Kingdom

Factory (Class 1) in the Building (Scotland) Act 2003

Meaning of Factory (Class 1) in the context of the Building (Scotland) Act 2003: is any factory involved in manufacturing, processing, repairing, cleaning, washing, breaking up or otherwise treating any substance comprising or used in association with: adhesives, asphalt and bituminous products, chemical and allied industries, cleaners and solvents, clothing and footwear (excluding laundering), coal and petroleum products, cork products, dry cleaning, dye-stuffs and pigments, fertilisers, grains and cereals, inks, insulated wires and cables, leather, sheepskin and fur, linoleum, magnetic tape, oils and greases, paints, paper, printing and publishing (excluding paper manufacturing), pharmaceutical products, photographic materials and products, plastics, polishes, rubber and synthetic rubber, soaps and detergents, spirit distilling, surgical bandages and plasters, synthetic resins, textiles, timber, joinery, furniture, brushes and brooms, toilet preparations, upholstery, weedkillers and pesticides.

Factory (Class 2) in the Building (Scotland) Act 2003

Meaning of Factory (Class 2) in the context of the Building (Scotland) Act 2003: is any factory other than a factory (Class 1), including buildings used for generating or supplying power or slaughtering livestock.

Scottish Law: Factory in the Past

A contract which partakes of a mandate and locatio ad operandum and which is in the English and American law books discussed under the title of main and Agent. 1 Bell’s Com. 259. [1]


Notes and References

  1. Partialy, this information about factory is based on the Bouvier´s Law Dictionary, 1848 edition. There is a list of terms of the Bouvier´s Law Dictionary, including factory.

See Also

Law is our Passion

This entry about Factory has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 (CC BY 3.0) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the Factory entry and the Encyclopedia of Law are in each case credited as the source of the Factory entry. Please note this CC BY licence applies to some textual content of Factory, and that some images and other textual or non-textual elements may be covered by special copyright arrangements. For guidance on citing Factory (giving attribution as required by the CC BY licence), please see below our recommendation of "Cite this Entry".

Cite this entry

Legal Citations Generator

(2020, 06). Factory lawi.org.uk Retrieved 12, 2021, from https://lawi.org.uk/factory/

06 2020. 12 2021 <https://lawi.org.uk/factory/>

"Factory" lawi.org.uk. lawi.org.uk, 06 2020. Web. 12 2021. <https://lawi.org.uk/factory/>

"Factory" lawi.org.uk. 06, 2020. Accesed 12 2021. https://lawi.org.uk/factory/

J. G. Collier, 'Factory' (lawi.org.uk 2020) <https://lawi.org.uk/factory/> accesed 2021 December 5

Usage Metrics

477 Views. 343 Visitors.

Google Scholar: Search for Factory Related Content


Schema Summary

  • Article Name: Factory
  • Author: J. G. Collier
  • Description: Factory (Class 1) in the Building (Scotland) Act 2003 Meaning of Factory (Class 1) in the context of the Building [...]

This entry was last updated: June 9, 2020


Recent Comments