Ngurime law see customary law lvi civil nyakyusa law

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NGURIME LAW See: CUSTOMARY LAW. LVI CIVIL NYAKYUSA LAW See; CUSTOMARY LAW. NYATURU LAW See; CUSTOMARY LAW. PARENTAGE See; FAMILY LAW. PARTNERSHIP See; ASSOCIATIONS. PLEADINGS See; PROCEDURE. PLEDGE OF LAND See: LAND LAW. PRECEDENT
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See: JURISPRUDENCE. PROBATE See; SUCCESSION – Administration of estates. PROCEDURE Adjournment Granted to allow party to obtain senior counsel. 1967/237. Where case delayed by repeated unexplained absences of adjournment granted only where security for costs is post 1968/448 Amendment of pleading Divorce. 1968/252. Should be allowed fully where no injustice results. 1968/25 Appeal: See: APPEAL. Appearance – Defendant’s capacity to be sued in primary court as representa- tive of church. 1967/324. Arbitration. See: ARBITRATION. Assessors District Court not bound to sit with assessors. 1967/375. Primary and district courts should have assessors in customary law cases. 1968/209. Attachment Execution of decree of attachment must be ordered by court. Warrant is- sued by District Registrar is invalid. 1968/27. Whether property belongs to judgement debtor or not. 1968/400. Companies – Restoration to register of companies –proper form of action. 1967/155. Costs Allowed where plaintiff forced to take suit because defendants disagree as to apportionment of liability 1968/453. LV11 CIVIL
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PROCEDURE (Continued) Costs (Continued) Awarded where plaintiff proves breach of contract but fails to prove dam- ages 1968/287. Bill of costs for services in criminal case. 1967/320. Calculation of costs in defended case. 1967/288. Decision of taxing officer not to be lightly interfered with. 1968/502 Determination where trial court. lacked jurisdiction but heard suit following illegal practice. 1968/81. Discretion of trial court in award of costs is reviewable where no reasons given. 1967/288. Instruction fees – Calculated on bases of work done in preparation for trial not on basis of length of trial. 1968/173. Instruction fees – No special formula applicable but use of per diem figure helpful. 1968/502. Instruction fees – Policy of reducing court fees irrelevant in assessing in- struction fees. 1968/173. Landlord who misled tenant to pay costs of action and appeal. 1967/234. May be awarded at time of interlocutory ruling. 1967/288. “One – sixth” rule ignored. 1968/502. Parties bear own costs where neither responsible for loss sued upon. 1967/281. Plaintiff cannot claim costs if suit brought prematurely and without notice to defendant. 1967/321. Right to costs where party succeeds on some but not all grounds of ac- tion. 1967/55. Scale – High Court scale used where action “reasonably” filed in High Court. 1968/287. Settlement out of court – Costs may be claimed although action with- drawn. 1967/54. Taxing master’s decision as to quantum normally decisive. 1967/177.
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Travel expenses – Based on cost of air fares. 1968/173. Travel expenses of witnesses – Fact that witnesses did not testify due to settlement before trial is irrelevant. 1968/173.
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