REGISTRY / Pending Cases

DATE FILED CITATION AND SUMMARISED SUBJECT MATTER
1 15th, April 2020 Application No. 8 of 2020 (Arising from Reference No. 7 of 2020) Pan African Lawyers Union (PALU) vs The Attorney General of the Republic of Burundi

An Application for orders that: (1) this matter be certified as of utmost urgency (2) this application be heard exparte in the first instance (3) That pending the hearing and determination of Reference No. 7 of 2020 this Honourable Court issues the following interim orders (a) directing the Respondent State to ensure that all persons that have trespassed or encroached onto the suit property inherited by the heirs of the late Sebatutsi Evariste, located in the South-Usumbura of Kizingwe River (hereinafter the property in Kizingwe) be ordered to withdraw from the property and that nobody apart from the heirs be allowed to access the property in any manner or for any purposes whatsoever (b) restraining the Respondent State from making any structural changes to the property in Kizingwe.

2 3rd, April 2020 Reference No. 8 of 2020 Male H. Mabirizi K. Kiwanuka vs The Attorney General of the Republic of Uganda

The Applicant alleges that the several actions, directives and/or decisions of The President, Prime Minister, Minister of Health, Uganda People’s Defence Forces, Uganda Police Force, Parliament, Chief Justice, Head of High Court Civil Division, The Permanent Secretary/ Secretary to the Judiciary and Resident District Commissioner between 18th March 2020 until such time when the situation normalizes purportedly termed as measures undertaken to combat and prevent the pandemic of Covid 19(Corona Virus) and several appointments and approval of government officials within the same period were/are unlawful and/or are infringements of the provisions of the Treaty for the Establishment of the East African Community as well as The Protocol on the Establishment of the East African Community Common Market.

3 31st, March 2020 Reference No. 6 of 2020 OLA Energy Uganda Limited (formerly Libya Oil Uganda Limited) vs The Attorney General of the Republic of Uganda

The Applicant a company engaged in the business of sale and marketing of petroleum products alleges that on 31st January 2020 the Respondent through its agents wrongfully declared that certain goods imported from OLA Energy Kenya Limited, the Applicant’s parent company in Kenya, did not meet the requirements under the EAC Rules of Origin for preferential treatment , and sought to levy import duty on the products. That the Respondent has since sent the Applicant a demand notice on 24th February 2020 requesting the payment of the Disputed Taxes within fourteen (14) days from the date of the demand. The Applicant alleges that the declaration contravene and infringe provisions of the EAC Treaty, of the EAC Customs Union, of the EAC Common Market Protocol and of the 1st Schedule of the Rules of Origin.

4 31st, March 2020 Application No. 7 of 2020 (Arising from Reference No. 6 of 2020) Libya Oil Uganda Limited vs The Attorney General of the Republic of Uganda

An Application for orders that: (1) the Application be certified urgent and be heard ex-parte; (2) pending hearing and determination of this application a temporary injunction do issue restraining the respondent from taking any enforcement action including issuance of agency notices to enforce the impugned decision and subsequent notice; (3) Pending hearing and determination of the Statement of Reference a temporary injunction do issue restraining the respondent from taking any enforcement action including issuance of agency notices to enforce the impugned decision and subsequent notice and; (4) the costs of and incidental to this Application abide the result of the case.

5 31st, March 2020 Reference No. 7 of 2020 Pan African Lawyers Union (PALU) vs The Attorney General of the Republic of Burundi

The Applicant alleges that the respondent has violated the property rights of the succession of Sebatutsi Evariste, including but not limited to its heirs or assigns and in so doing violated the commitments that it has made under Articles 6(d) and 7(2) of the EAC Treaty; Article 15(1) of the EAC Common Market Protocol; and Article 14 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights. That the Respondent has acted in contempt of the Honourable Court’s Orders in EACJ Application No. 3 of 2019 and in violation of the solemn commitment under Article 8(1)(c) of the EAC Treaty.

6 27th, March 2020 Application No. 6 of 2020 (Arising from Reference No. 2 of 2019) The Attorney General of the Republic of Rwanda vs Steven Kalali

An application for orders that the court may be pleased to extend time to enable the Applicant to file and serve the Additional Affidavit in response to the additional affidavit filed by the respondent/who is the Applicant in Reference No. 2 of 2019 out of time, thus after the closure of pleadings.

7 25th, March 2020 Application No. 5 of 2020 (Arising from Reference No. 4 of 2020) Gen. (Rtd.) Frank Kanyambo Rusagara & Col. Tom Byabagamba vs The Attorney General of the Republic of Rwanda

An Application for orders that: (1) the application be heard ex-parte (2) the Respondent be compelled to produce in Court and furnish the Applicant’s counsel with the certified copy of the judgment of the Court of Appeal of Rwanda in English in respect of the notification issued on 27th December 2019; (3) granting the Applicant leave to amend their pleadings upon receipt from the Respondent the notification; (4) the Respondent be compelled to deliver to the Court and to the Applicants certified copies in English of all the pleadings filed by the parties herein at the Military Tribunal, Military High Court and Court of Appeal in Rwanda with respect to the criminal prosecutions of the Applicants and; costs of the application be provided for.

8 18th, March 2020 Application No. 4 of 2020 (Arising from Reference No. 6 of 2019) Male H. Mabirizi K. Kiwanuka vs The Attorney General of the Republic of Uganda

An Application for orders that: (1) Pending inter-partes hearing and determination of the application, an ex-parte interim (based on the applicant’s written submissions and without his physical presence at Court) doth issue restraining the Government and State of the Republic of Uganda, its agencies, ,bodies, commissions and any setting by whatever name called from continuing with the presidential electioneering process and; (2) the costs of this application abide by the outcome of Reference No. 6 of 2019.

9 6th, March 2020 Reference No. 5 of 2020 Christopher Ayieko & Emily Osiemo vs The Attorney General of the Republic of Kenya & The Secretary General of the East African Community

The Applicants allege that on or about the 6th day of February 2020, the First Respondent without due regard to provisions of the East African Community Treaty and the Protocols for the Establishment of the Customs Union and Common Market to which it is a party, entered into, negotiated and/or expressed intention to negotiate a bilateral Free Trade Agreement with the United States of America in total violation of the Treat and the Protocols. That the Second Respondent has failed to warn and/or stop the First Respondents from the acts and that he has failed and/or neglected to take any action since the said violation took place.

10 28th, February 2020 Application No. 3 of 2020 (Arising from Reference No. 18 of 2018) ABBA Limited vs The Attorney General of the Republic of Rwanda

An application for interim orders that the State of Rwanda suspends all construction activities of Gisenyi Modern Market until the completion of the Court process initiated in Reference No. 18 of 2018 between mentioned parties


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