|CHAPTER 1 - CONSTITUTION OF KENYA (REPEALED) CODE | HOME|
|65. Establishment of other courts.|
|Establishment of Court of Appeal.||Kadhis' courts.|
|Establishment of other courts.||
65. (1) Parliament may establish courts subordinate to the High Court and courts-marital, and a court so established shall, subject to this Constitution, have such jurisdiction and powers as may be conferred on it by any law.
(2) The High Court shall have jurisdiction to supervise any civil or criminal proceedings before a subordinate court or court-martial, and may make such orders, issue such writs and give such directions as it may consider appropriate for the purpose of ensuring that justice is duly administered by those courts.
(3) The Chief Justice may make rules with respect to the practice and procedure of the High Court in relation to the jurisdiction and powers conferred on it by subsection (2).