|Case Number||APPEAL NO. 1 OF 2009|
In 2009, the Appellant sought to appeal against the refusal of the First Instant Division to extend time to file an appeal against a taxed bill and the decision of a single Judge to refuse the extension. That application was itself filed out of time thus, the memorandum and record of appeal could not be served on the Respondents.
On 2nd June 2010, the appeal to the Appellate Division for extension of time to serve the memorandum and record of appeal was heard and granted. This appeal sought the review of the exercise of discretion by a single Judge of the First Instant Division.
|Respondent||PROF. ANYANG’ NYONG’O & 10 OTHERS|
|Complainant||THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA|
|Keyword||Appeal from Decision of a single Judge of the First Instance Division , Discretion , Extension of time , Practice and procedure , Treaty interpretation , Whether the Appellate Division can entertain an Appeal from a Decision of a single Judge|
|Treaty Article||Article 2 , Article 35 A , Article 42 , Article 50 , Articles of EAC Treaty , Rule 1 , Rule 114 , Rule 19 , Rule 2 , Rule 3 , Rule 4 , Rule 59 , Rule 77 , Rule 83 , Rules of Procedure 2010|
First Instance Judgment
|PDF document||Download the decision as PDF|
|Date delivered||August 18, 2010|