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The Law On Termination Of Domestic Workers

Domestic workers occupy a significant part of the global workforce. Unfortunately, they are one of the most vulnerable groups of workers. Being informal employees, many are engaged without clear terms of employment or documentation.

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The Law on Auctioneers’ Charges

The law relating to Auctioneers, the licensing and regulations of the auctioneering business and the practice of auctioneers is governed by the Auctioneers Act & the Auctioneer’s Rules. Under the said Rules, the auctioneers’ charges for attachment/repossession/distraint

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Registration of Trademarks

Trademarks registration protects the proprietor’s brand and prevents other businesses from taking advantage of the company by using a similar name, sign or mark.

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The Law on Empanelment of a Bench

The decision whether or not to empanel a bench of more than one Judge at the High Court ought to be made where it is absolutely necessary and in strict compliance with the relevant constitutional and statutory provisions.

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Malicious Prosecution

The tort of malicious prosecution is committed in circumstances where a
defendant (s) causes the arrest and prosecution of the plaintiff or claimant without reasonable and/or probable cause and the proceedings so instituted terminate in favour of the plaintiff.

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Legal Alert on Saccos

The primary Objective of the Sacco societies (Ammendment) Act 2022 is to provide for ICT mechanism through whcih Saccos shall submit & receive statutory reports and otgher relevant information in their ordinary course of business.

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Succession Planning

Intestate succession arises when either a person dies without a will or the will left by the deceased is invalidated by the Court. In such a case, the surviving persons (subject to the degree of consanguinity) are required to petition the Court for a Grant of Letters of Administration (Intestate).

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