This 15th-century Scottish manuscript contains a collection of texts about Scottish law, which seem to have been compiled by the same scribe, with some additions in a later hand. The contents are as follows:
ff. 1r-5v: Rubrics for the Regiae Majestatem
ff. 6r-7r: Compositio Carte, exceptiones contra cartam, expositiones quorundam vocabiliorum
ff. 8r-63v: Regiam Majestatem
ff. 64r-70r: Quoddam notabile de Maritagio
ff. 70r-72r: Statutes of King William I
ff. 72r-77r: Statutes of King Alexander II
ff. 77v-81v: Statutes of Robert the Bruce
ff. 82r-86r: Acts of Parliament of James I of Scotland
ff. 86v-112r: Leges Quatuor Burgorum
ff. 112r-112v: Laws of Malcolm MacKenneth
ff. 113r-132r: Leges Forestarum
ff. 133r-151v: Statutes of James I of Scotland
ff. 152r-169r: Leges Baronum
ff. 169v-174v: Unidentified Scots text
ff. 171r-174r: Laws of James I of Scotland
ff. 175r-205v: Liber de Judicibus
The final two folios, ff. 206 and 207, have been partially torn out. The text on them is in a different hand to the rest of the manuscript, but it cannot be identified further than this.
The texts are described separately, under MS 207/ff. 1r-5v; MS 207/ff. 6r-7r; MS 207/ff. 8r-63v; MS 207/ff. 64r-70r; MS 207/ff. 70r-72r; MS 207/ff. 72r-77r; MS 207/ff. 77v-81v; MS 207/ff. 82r-86r; MS 207/ff. 86v-112r; MS 207/ff. 112r-112v; MS 207/ff. 113r-132r; MS 207/ff. 133r-151v; MS 207/ff. 152r-169r; MS 207/ff. 169v-174v; MS 207/ff. 171r-174r; and MS 207/ff. 175r-205v.
The script is very moderate with coloured capitals. Additions, both marginal and other, have been made at various times in the 15th and 16th centuries.