A Lease Agreement (the “Lease”) sets out the rules to govern the relationship between the Landlord and the Tenant. It is a legal contract, as well as an immensely practical document full of crucial business details and deep legal implications.
The Rating Act, cap 267 as read with the Valuation for Rating Act, cap 266, provides the legal framework for the imposition and collection of land rates in Kenya.
Litigated cases in Courts, complaints received and reports generated by the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights and other civil society organizations have revealed that Intersex Persons in Kenya...
Article 54 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 introduced massive protection for Persons living with Disability (PWD’s), including their entitlement to be treated with dignity and respect;
A title document is an essential document that shows proof of right to ownership of property or land. Due to its nature, it may be destroyed, lost or misplaced...
Share buyback is when a company buys its own shares from shareholders or investors. This has several advantages to a Company that is a going concern.
Occupiers’ liability is an area of tort law that deals with the duty of care owed by those who occupy real property through ownership or lease (called ‘the occupier’) to those who visit or trespass into the property.
The applicable law in respect of matrimonial property is article 45(3) of the Constitution as read together with the Matrimonial Property Act 2013.
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.
Have you borrowed a loan before and wondered whether the interest charged on the amount was legal? This article will offer some guidance on the In duplum rule and its implications on the payment of loans in the Kenyan jurisdiction.