Genetic evidence and a judicial committee have come down in favor of Murray Pringle's claim to a Scottish baronetcy, the Guardian reports.

The dispute between Murray Pringle and Simon Robert Pringle, the son of the 10th baronet, over the baronetcy of Stichill arose after DNA was collected from the 10th baronet that indicated that he was not actually part of the male Pringle line.

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