Wifes claim to land jointly developed with husband

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Wife’s claim to land jointly developed with husband. 1967/49. Women’s rights to inherit land
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Customary Law Declaration. 1967/161; 1967/428; 1967/429; 1968/127; 1968/499. Haya custom. 1968/86. Sambaa custom. 1967/229; 1968/498. LANDLORD AND TENANT Claim for rent – Primary court has no jurisdiction. 1967/171. Common lodging house – Landlord cannot deprive tenant of protection of Rent Restriction Act by obtaining licence for common lodging house. 1967/172. Consent order – Rent Restriction Act – Power of court to vary. 1968/503; 1968/504. Costs – Landlord who misled tenant to pay costs of action and appeal. 1967/234. Procedure – Rent Restriction Act – Tribunal may not base decision on know- ledge special to it unless placed before parties. 1968/414. Rent Restriction Act Application. 1967/172; 1967/234. Interpretation. 1967/286; 1967/380; 1968/22; 1968/293; 1968/386; 1968/413; 1968/414; 1968/503; 1968/504; 1968/505; 1968/506. Registration of lease – Rent Restriction Act – Tribunal has no power to regis- ter. 1968/505 Renewal of tenancy – Rent Restriction Act – Option to renew at higher rent – Definition of. “standard rent” and “progressive rent”. 1967/380. Standard rent Rent Restriction Act – Applicant not bound by statement of standard rent in application to board where other parties not misled. 1968/22. Rent Restriction Act – Board may award rent for period for which applicant claims only mesne profits, where latter claim is based upon applicant’s misguided statement of claim. 1968/22.
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Rent Restriction Act – Disparity between rents of suit premises and of neighbouring premises not special circumstance justifying alteration of standard rent. 1968/414. L111 CIVIL LANDLORD AND TENANT (Continue) Standard rent (Continued) Rent Restriction Act – Method of determining. 1968/506. Rent Restriction Act – Power of tribunal to alter. 1968/506 Rent Restriction Act – Power to fix standard rent retroactively. 1968/414. Rent Restriction Act – Tenant may sublet premises for any rate not ex- ceeding standard rent. 1968/22. Tenancy at will – When it exists. 1967/286. Vocation of premises No notice to quit is required fro tenancy at will. 1967/286. Premises which are “mined” in violation of Township Rules are not go- verned by Rent Restriction Act. 1967/234. Primary court has no jurisdiction. 1967/114. Rent Restriction Act – Before order of ejectiment is made landlord requires certificate from Minister that action is in “public interest” and Board or court ruling that action is “reasonable”. 1968/213. Rent Restriction Act – Judgement refusing application to stay enforcement of consent decree is applicable. 1968/293. Rent Restriction Act – Order of possession must be “reasonable” even where rent in arrears. 1968/413. Rent Restriction Act – Resident Magistrate apparently has no jurisdiction to issue consent order for vacation of premises. 1968/293. Rent Restriction Act – When consent orders for possession should be is- sued. 1968/504.
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