Judicial Hints on Civil Procedure
This is a welcome amended, revised and updated edition of the classic commentary and standard reference work on the Civil Procedure Act in Kenya. The volume is routinely cited by the Kenyan courts as the authoritative work, both serving the purposes of adigest, and giving a full and comprehensive statement of the law. The work summarizes the historical origins of modern civil practice and procedure in Kenya. It documents all available Kenyan case law and decisions that are of practical value in the interpretation and application of the Civil Procedure Act, and which are not obsolete by reason of legislative judicial intervention or reversal. The author is a Professor of Law and practising barrister. He is probably the most authoritative, practising commentator on Kenyan law.
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Historical Origin and Growth of the Modern Civil Procedure Legislation and Practice
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23 EACA Advocates Remuneration allowed amendment amount Appeal at Nairobi Appeal for East Appeal for Eastern appellate court application no NAI attachment award bill of costs cause of action Charles Newbold circumstances civil appeal civil application civil case number Civil Procedure Act Civil Procedure rules claim Court of Appeal Court of Kenya customary law damages debtor decision Defendant discretion dismissed EACA East Africa Eastern Africa entitled evidence exercise fact filed given ground HCCC hearing High Court inherent jurisdiction instructions fee issue Judgment judicial justice Kenya at Nairobi litigant matter Mohamed Mombasa Ordinance paragraph paras person plaint Plaintiff principle proceedings provisions Queen's Counsel question reason regard Registrar res judicata resident magistrate right of appeal Shah Sheikh Singh Sir Charles Newbold Sir Kenneth O'Connor Sir Newnham Worley Spry subordinate court suit supra Supreme Court CC taxation taxing officer transfer trial Judge wrong