This 15th-century Scottish manuscript contains a collection of texts about Scottish law, which seem to have been compiled by the same scribe. The contents are as follows:
Flyleaf: Notes and inscriptions
ff. 1r-8v: Table of Contents. Contains Assisa Regis David, which is now missing from the manuscript; Leges Burgorum, which is now partly missing; Leges Forestarum, of which all but the Statuta Gylde is missing; and lacks the Statuta Regis Willelmi et Alexandri, which the manuscript contains. The order also is different.
ff. 9r-18r: Quoniam Attachiamenta
ff. 18v-60v: Regiam Majestatem
ff. 70r-71v: Leges Burgorum [fragment]
ff. 71v-73r: Custuma Portuum
ff. 73r-73v: Unidentified legal text
ff. 73v-78r: The Laws of William the Lion
ff. 78r-84v: Iter Camerarii
ff. 84v-89r: Statuta Gylde
ff. 89v-94v: Statues of King Alexander, including De Legibus Marchiarum (ff. 92r-93v) and De Legibus Foreste (ff. 93v-94v)
ff. 95r-100r: Statues of Robert the Bruce
f. 100v: List of the actual contents of this manuscript. From this we can see that it has lost the Assisa Regis David and a large part of the Leges Burgorum.
ff. 103r-113v: Miscellaneous collection of legal texts
The texts are described separately, under MS 206/ff. 9r-18r; MS 206/ff. 18v-60v; MS 206/ff. 70r-71v; MS 206/ff. 71v-73r; MS 206/ff. 73r-73v; MS 206/ff. 73v-78r; MS 206/ff. 78r-84v; MS 206/ff. 84v-89r; MS 206/ff. 89v-94v; MS 206/ff. 95r-100r; and MS 206/ff. 103r-113v. Note that both Tables of Contents are not described separately.
A fair uniform hand with rubrics and plain red capitals. Certain additions have been made in the 16th century supplying some of the blanks.