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JSC tours court in Kirinyaga

The JSC team paid the Kirinyaga Deputy Governor Peter Ndambiri a courtesy call where they requested the County boss to collaborate with the Judiciary in ensuring access to justice for all members of the public. The commissioners also met the County Commissioner, the local LSK chapter, CUC members and Kerugoya Law Courts staff.nn nn nn ...

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Court did NOT issue two contradictory rulings on the same matter.

nPRESS RELEASE. April 3, 2019. The Court of Appeal did NOT issue two contradictory rulings on the same matternnCourt of Appeal at Nairobi, Case File: Civil Application No. 211 of 2018nnFLORENCE SEYANOI KIBERA also known as DOROTHY SEYANOI MOSCHION …………………… APPLICANTnnANDnnDEBORAH ACHIENG ADUDA………………………….1st RESPONDENTnnRENE JOHNY DIERKX…………………………………...

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Commissioners meet Nyeri governor

JSC Commissioners paid Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga a courtesy call, the County boss revealed that he has allocated the Judiciary land at Kieni and Mukurweini for construction of courts.nnJSC Commissioners led by vice chairperson Mercy Dache said the Commission will factor into it's next budget funds for construction of the courts. The commissioners also met local area MPs, Nyeri law courts judges, magistrates and staff. They also inspected the Nyeri Court of Appeal building that is under renovation.nnnn  ...

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JSC meets Governor and inspects upcoming court

JSC Commissioners today paid a courtesy call on Laikipia Governor Ndiritu Muriithi who revealed that the County government had allocated 50 ha of land in Rumuruti to construct the Judiciary Training Institute. The county boss also allocated the Judiciary premises in the same town to be converted into courts. The Commissioners also met the Laikipia County Commissioner, the local LSK Chapter, CUC members and Nanyuki Law Courts staff.nnThe commissioners also inspected the upcoming Nanyuki Law Courts building that cost Ksh 318m ...

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Kisumu magistrate honored for distinguished service

Resident Magistrate Beryl Omollo has been honored with the Distinguished Service Award  by the Law Society of Kenya (LSK). This happened during the society’s AGM in Nairobi.nn“For various matters placed before her, she always undertakes to make the deliberate and conscientious choice to ensure that justice is more accessible to the citizenry and that every litigant is given a fair hearing such that no one is driven out of the seat of justice,” the LSK Citation said. nnHon Omollo handled the Baby Pendo inquest. nn nn nnnCITATION FOR THE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDnThe Honourable Chief Guest;nThe Honourable Chief Justice;  nThe Honourable Judges present;  nInvited Guests;nMy...

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Wundanyi CUC deliberates on improving administration of justice

Wundanyi law courts held their Court Users Committee (CUC) meeting this week to deliberate on improving administration of justice. nnThe meeting chaired by Senior Resident Magistrate Hon David Munyao Ndungi  also discussed the establishment of a mobile court at Kishushe in Wundanyi Constituency. The mobile court will enable the Judiciary to take services closer to the people. nn nn ...

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Lamu CUC deliberate on service delivery

Lamu Law Courts held its Court Users Committe meeting to discuss effective delivery of justice nnThe meeting chaired by Hon Allan Temba Sitati, who is also a Principal Magistrate at thr station, brought together various stakeholders among them, the Police, Prison, Children & Probation departments & the provincial administration. nnHon Temba emphasized the need for cooperation among various departments to enhance effective delivery of justice by the court.  nn nn ...

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