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When valid order may be stayed by court. 1967/41; 1968/293.
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LAW REFORM Injunction – Desirability of altering rule which forbids application for temporary injunction prior to filling of suit. 1968/501. Possession of property suspected of having been stolen-Definition of offence too technical. 1968/221. LAW REFORM (FATAL ACCIDENTS AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ORDINANCE, CAP. 360, See: TORT. LEASE See: LAND LAW. LEGAL PROFESSION Witnesses – Irregular for advocate to appear both as counsel and as witness. 1968/399. Fees – See: PROCEDURE – Costs. LEGITIMACY See: FAMILY LAW – Illegitimate children. L1V CIVIL LIMITATION OF ACTIONS Accounts due Partial payment. 1968/170. Written acknowledgement. 1968/170. Appeal. 1967/154; 1967/226. Bridewealth Payment of. 1968/492. Refund of. 1967/433. Cattle – Recovery of. 1967/373. Contract Compensation for breach. 1968/26.
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Recession. 1968/26. Running account. 1968/161. Specific performance. 1968/26 Custody of children. 1967/280. Customary law actions. 1967/231; 1967/330; 1967/333;1967/373; 1967/433; 1968/2;1968/9; 1968/24; 1968/26;1968/492. Customs duties – Claim for additional payment. 1967/327. Ex parte judgement – Application to set aside. 1967/176; 1968/292; 1968/353. Guardianship – Recovery of property improperly sold by guardian 1968/9. Land Recovery of. 1968/24. Redemption of. 1967/117; 1968/87; 1968/124; 1968/411; 1968/412. Loan of money – Claim for repayment. 1967/281. Partnership – Dissolution of. 1968/25. Private debt – Claim for repayment. 1967/333. Property lost or acquired by theft. 1968/26. LOANS See: MONEY – LENDING. LOCAL GOVERNMENT See: PUBLIC AUTHORITIES. LUO LAW See; CUSTOMARY LAW. MAINTENANCE See: FAMILY LAW. MAKONDE LAW See: CUSTOMARY LAW. MALICIOUS PROSECUTION See: TORT. MARRIAGE See: FAMILY LAW.
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LV CIVIL MASAI LAW See: CUSTOMARY LAW. MBULU LAW See: CUSTOMARY LAW. MONEY-LENDING Loans Borrower need not repay money destroyed in accidental fire 1967/281. Exorbitant rate of interest not recoverable. 1967/85 Interest rate of 6% per annum allowed for period between judgement and payment. 1968/135. Interest rate of 25% per annum exorbitant – Rate of 9% per annum substi- tuted. 1968/135. Limitation of actions. 1967/281. Primary court has no jurisdiction in action for loan not governed by custo- mary or Islamic law. 1968/80. MORTAGE See: LAND LAW. MUNICIPALITIES See: PUBLIC AUTHORITIES. NATIONALITY See: ALIENS NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS Cheques – Signer personally liable although name of principal company stamped on cheque. 1968/350. Consideration – Allegation of duress obliges holder to prove consideration. 1968/52.
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Holder in due course Holder presumed to be holder in due course until contrary established. 1968/290. Holder of not consideration for which has failed not holder in due course when close connection with promisee is proven. 1968/290. Promissory notes Alteration by insertion of place of payment is material alteration as be- tween endorsees. 1968/485. Alteration by insertion of place of payment not material alteration, as between maker and holder in due course. 1968/485 NGONI LAW See: CUSTOMARY LAW.
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