THE Judiciary

JUDGE TO STAY ON RAIPLY CASE

 

The Supreme Court has quashed the application for disqualification of Justice Philip Tunoi from sitting on a bench to hear a 13-year-old case involving the Raiply Woods Kenya Ltd and laid principles to guide it in deciding when a judge of its court can disqualify himself or herself in a matter before it.

The court gave the principles when delivering a ruling following an application by Jasbir Singh, that Justice Tunoi should disqualif ... read more

JUDGES CLEAR 47 ELECTION-RELATED CASES IN FIVE DAYS

Press Release

February 08, 2013

A four-judge bench set up to hear cases arising from the nomination of candidates for the General Election has completed 47 cases in a record five days at Nairobi’s Milimani law courts.

Last week, Justices David Majanja, Weldon Korir, Eric Ogolla and George Odunga heard and finalised 34 petitions fil ... read more

PARTY NOMINATION PETITIONS - SUMMARY OF DECISIONS BY JUSTICES MAJANJA, KORIR AND ODUNGA AT THE HIGH COURT, MILIMANI LAW COURTS, CONSTITUTIONAL AND HUMAN RIGHTS DIVISION, NAIROBI

 

HIGH COURT FINALISES NOMINATION CASES

 The High Court will tomorrow start delivering its rulings, which outline reasons for the decisions it handed down last week in 34 cases filed over the recently concluded party nominations.

A three-judge bench comprising Justices David Majanja, Weld ... read more

MUTUNGA SETS ASIDE COURTROOM FOR USE BY TRIBUNALS

MUTUNGA SETS ASIDE COURTROOM FOR USE BY TRIBUNALS

The Chief Justice Dr. Willy Mutunga has today allocated Milimani Commercial Court number 403 for use by tribunals placed under the supervision of the Judicial Service Commission.

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has been allowed to use the court alongside the Political Parties Dispute R ... read more