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Courts in Kakamega and Vihiga Counties join other participants to exhibit at the Kakamega ASK show

Courts in Kakamega and Vihiga Counties join other participants to exhibit at this year's Kakamega ASK show held at the Moi ASK Grounds. The Judiciary takes part in the ASK exhibitions to showcase services and provide a public outreach opportunities where judicial officers and staff interact with the members of public to receive feedback on court services.nn nnnn nnnn nnnn nn nn ...

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Family Division launch simplified guidelines

The Family Division of the High Court of Kenya, has come up with simplified processes and procedures of inheritance and related family law practice.nnThe easily adaptable and systematic guideline will serve as a guiding tool for members of the bar-bench and court users in matters regarding succession and inheritance.nnPresiding over the launch of the booklet, the Principle Judge of the High court Justice Lydia Achode noted that the simplified procedures will assist ordinary court users in accessing justice in the Family DivisionnnThe entire process is clearly laid down from filing to the final distribution of the estate including laid out...

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CJ keynote address to the Editors Guild

Chief Justice David Maraga delivering keynote address at the Editors' Guild luncheon on June 12, on the theme: The Media, Constitutionalism and Democracy: What options for Kenya? The CJ assured the editors that Judiciary has adopted zero tolerance to corruption, both internally and externally whenever corruption matters are brought before courts.nnnn nnnnn[Download CJ speech]nnnn...

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Commercial Division meets the International Trademark Association

Commercial and Tax Division of Milimani meets the International Trademark AssociationnnJudges of the Commercial and Tax Division held a meeting with a delegation from the International Trademark Association (INTA).nnThe meeting held at Milimani Law Courts focused on Intellectual Property rights and how the Judiciary can harness the research and knowledge of INTA on this distinctive area of law.nnLed by the Division’s Presiding Judge Mary Kasango, the judges welcomed the collaboration between the Commercial Division and the International Trademark Association on this specialised subject of law that is ever evolving and requires continuous enhancement of knowledge.nnThe International Trademark Association led by...

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CRJ Amadi swears in new KRA board members

Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi on Monday June 4, swore in members of Kenya Revenue Authority  Board of Directors at the Supreme Court Building.nnThose who were sworn in include: Chairperson Amb. Francis Muthaura and members Mr. Charles Makori Omanga, Mr Leonard Ithau and Ms Susan Mudhune.nnThe CRJ promised that the Judiciary would support the Board towards execution of its  mandate saying that Kenyans are demanding more accountability from public officers each day.nnWhile acknowledging the big responsibility ahead of the Board, Amb Muthaura promised that the team would live up to their Oath of Office.nn nn nn nn nnnn nnnn nn nn nnnnnn nnnn nnnn nnnn nnnn nnnn nnnn nnnn nn nnnn nnnn nnnn nn nn nnnnChief Registrar Anne Amadi is...

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NOTICE TO:?ALL ADVOCATES & LITIGANTS. ANNUAL MAGISTRATES & KADHIS COLLOQUIUM [Download]nThe Annual Magistrates & Kadhis Colloquium is scheduled to take place between 17th and 30th June, 2018.n nThe same will take place in two phases as follows:n nPhase I:  17th to 21st June, 2018n Phase II: 26th to 30th June, 2018n nThe participation has been scheduled such that in each of the two (2) phases, only half of the magistrates will be in the court stations.n nBE NOTIFIED that there will be disruption of court operations during the colloquium period.  All courts have been advised to put up notices to that effect, and where possible address any...

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It is with great sadness that the Judiciary announces the sudden death of Hon Justice Joseph Louis Omondi Onguto, who was serving as a Judge of the High Court of Kenya in the Commercial Division. Justice Onguto was appointed a High Court Judge on July 1, 2014. He brought into the Judiciary extensive experience as a legal practitioner and lecturer at the Kenya School of Law. He served in the Environment and Land Court Division until 2015 when he was transferred to the Constitutional and Human Rights Division. In January 2017, he was moved to the Commercial Division of the High Court...

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