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CASE OF THE WEEK

A COURT HAS NO JURISDICTION TO EXTEND TIME TO COMPLY WITH A CONSENT ORDER.

Reported by Wambui Kamau, Advocate
Gateway Insurance Company Ltd. V Aries Auto Sprays [2011] eKLR (www.kenyalaw.org)
Court of Appeal at Nairobi
Omolo, Githinji & Visram, JJA
October 14, 2011


The Court of Appeal has ruled that a court which has entered a consent judgment in which time for taking certain actions or steps had been stipulated, has no jurisdiction to extend time on application by a party to the consent judgment. Where the consent order was clearly entered into freely and there was no evidence as to fraud or misrepresentation, then a court cannot interfere with a consent judgment as to time. 

The brief facts to the case are that in 1998, Aries Auto Spares sought to recover an amount of money from Gateway Insurance Company Limited. This amount was for services rendered and spares supplied to one Michael Mugele who was insured by Gateway Insurance Company Limited.  Gateway Insurance and Michael both filed defences denying the claim and Gateway specifically pleaded that the plaint did not disclose a cause of action against it. However, during the hearing, both Gateway Insurance and Michael did not present themselves in court for hearing. This led to judgment being entered in favour of Aries Auto Spares on 9th April, 2001. This prompted Gateway Insurance to file an application to set aside the judgment. It relied on the ground that the hearing date was taken by an advocate who had no instructions and that it was not aware of the hearing date. This application was dismissed by the subordinate court.  

Gateway Insurance further appealed against the dismissal of the application. During the appeal, a consent order between the parties was recorded. The consent order had terms to the effect of vacating the judgment and decree issued by the subordinate court and to proceed for trial before a different magistrate. Secondly, Gateway Insurance was to file and serve Aries Auto Sprays Limited within fourteen days, a certified copy of deposit slip for the sum deposited in HFCK in the joint account of Gateway and Aries Auto Spares. Further, in case of default, Auto Aries was to be free to enforce the judgment and that there will be leave to apply.

Following the agreed terms of the consent order, Gateway failed to file and serve Auto Aries with a copy of the deposit slip within fourteen days as indicated in the consent order. This led to Gateway Insurance filing an application in the High Court seeking to enlarge the time in which it was to serve Auto Aries with the deposit slip. In support of its application, the advocate for the applicant, Gateway Insurance, stated that the deposit slip was filed two days later due to oversight. The High Court dismissed the application and held that the parties entered into the consent which was clear that in case of default, the consent would stand vacated and Aries Auto would be free to enforce the judgment. This, according to the High Court, was evident that the parties did not leave any room for the court to exercise discretion for enlargement of time.

Therefore, the issue for determination before the Court of Appeal was whether the High Court erred in its ruling that it had no jurisdiction to extend the time stipulated within a consent order.

Mr. Nyaga, the advocate for Gateway Insurance argued that the High Court erred in concluding that the court had no jurisdiction to entertain the application for extension of time. He argued that the consent judgment provided for leave to apply which he interpreted to mean that a party can apply for the extension of time. That a consent judgment was an order of the court and a court has power to extend time limited by it. He reiterated that the application was for extension of time and not setting aside the consent judgment.
In upholding the High Court judgment, Court of Appeal Judges, Visram and Omolo concurred by stating that the consent judgment was entered into freely, and stated clearly the terms as to what was to occur in case of breach. In deciding this appeal, Justice Visram relied on the case of Hirani vs. Kassam[1952], 19 EACA 131 where  Windham J. stated that, “a court cannot interfere with a consent judgment except in such circumstances as would afford good ground for varying or rescinding a contract between the parties”. In this case, there was no evidence as to fraud, misrepresentation or collusion and no possibility of mistake and there was no specific statute or provision of law cited to show that the consent judgment was contrary to such law, or public policy. The Court of Appeal stated that the consent order was entered into freely, and was clear in its terms. It further provided for a default clause in event of any breach, there would be enforcement of the judgment.

However, on the other hand, Justice Githinji held a contrary view. In dissenting, he was guided, by section 95 of the Civil Procedure Act (Cap. 21) which provides “Where any period is fixed or granted by the court for doing of any act prescribed or allowed by this Act, the court may in its discretion from time to time, enlarge such period even though the period originally fixed, or granted may have expired”. Section 59 of the Interpretation and General Provisions Act (Cap. 2) further supports this view by indicating that where the court is given power by a written law to extend time prescribed by such written law, the court has power to extend such time.

He was of the opinion that a court has jurisdiction and discretion under the Civil Procedure Rules or under the inherent jurisdiction to extend time so long as it retains control over the case or proceedings. In addition, Justice Githinji stated that a court has jurisdiction to extend time as long as it has not finally and conclusively determined the matter. He relied on the holding of an Indian case, Periasami Asari Vs Illuppur Penchayat Board AIR 1973 Mad 250, where it was stated that, “the principle that when the effect of the order granting time (in the event of non-compliance) has to operate automatically the court has no power to extend time as it becomes functus officio, will apply when the suit is finally disposed of. If the order is not final and the court retains control over it and seized of the matter, it will have power to extend time”

Justice Githinji stated that a consent or compromise reached by parties is, when recorded and signed by the court merged or subsumed in the judgment or order of the court and it becomes a judgment of order of the court. Consequently, the time stipulated in such a consent order or judgment becomes the time fixed or granted by the court and the court would generally have discretion to enlarge such time in furtherance of the ends of justice. He relied on the words of Justice Ringera (as he then was) in the case of June Jebet Moi Vs Fuel Oil Company Limited and two others- HCCC No. 305 of 2000  “where the court has power on plain wording of Order 49 rule 5 to extend such time. And even if such power were not conferred by the rule, it would be within the courts inherent power for purposes of securing the rights of justice to extend such time if reasonable cause were shown.”

The Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal with costs to the respondent.

 

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SELECTED NOTICES FROM THE KENYA GAZETTE

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13092
THE CHUKA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ORDER
(L.N. 161 of 2007)
APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 11 (1) (g) (i), (iii) and (iv) of the Chuka University College, the Minister for Higher Education, Science and Technology appoints—

Ronald K. Ikutu,
Linda Anne Lumbasi,
Jane J. Nakodony,

to be members of the Chuka University College Council, for a period of three (3) years.

Dated the 10th October, 2010.

MARGARET KAMAR,
Minister for Higher Education, Science and Technology.

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13093
THE EWASO NG’IRO NORTH DEVELOPMENT
AUTHORITY ACT
(Cap. 488)
APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 9 (1) of the Ewaso Ngiro North Development Authority Act, the Minister for Regional Development Authorities appoints—

RASHID KASSIM AMIN

to be the Managing Director of the Ewaso Ngiro North Development Authority, for a period of three (3) years, with effect from 18th October, 2011.

Dated the 17th October, 2010.

F. O. GUMO,
Minister for Regional Development Authorities.

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13094
THE CHILDREN ACT
(No. 8 of 2001)
APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 73 (d) (ii) of the Children Act, the Chief Justice appoints—

OPANGA MARTHA AKOTH (MS.)

District Magistrate II (Prof) at Kithimani, to preside over cases involving children in respect of Eastern with effect from 1st November, 2011.

Dated the 12th July, 2011.

WILLY MUTUNGA,
Chief Justice/President, Supreme Court of Kenya.

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13095
THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA
JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION
APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by Article 161 (2) (c) of the Constitution of Kenya, the Judicial Service Commission appoints—

GLADYS BOSS SHOLLEI

to be Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, with effect from 22nd August, 2011.

Dated the 17th October, 2011.

WILLY MUTUNGA,
Chairman, Judicial Service Commission.

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13096
THE ANTI-CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC CRIMES ACT
(No. 3 of 2003)
APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 3 (1) (ii) of the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Act, the Chief Justice appoints—

Joshua Kiarie,
Jacinta Dibondo Kwena,

Senior Principal Magistrate at Nyeri and Principal Magistrate at Kericho, respectively, to preside over cases involving corruption and economic crimes in respect of Central and Rift Valley Provinces, with effect from 1st November, 2011.

Dated the 13th October, 2011.

WILLY MUTUNGA,
Chief Justice/President, Supreme Court of Kenya.

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13097
THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT
(Cap. 265)
THE NAIROBI CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL LOANS BOARD
APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by paragraph 3 of the Local Government (The Nairobi City Council Special Loans Board) Order, 1966, upon the Minister for Local Government and in
pursuance of a direction given under section 38 (1) of the Interpretation and General Provision Act (Cap. 2), the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Trade, appoints—

Shadrack Anthony Oriah—(Chairman),
Provincial Commissioner, Nairobi Area—(Ex officio),
District Trade Development Offficer, Nairobi—(Secretary),
Janet Wanjiku Gichuki,
Philip Thuo Thiongo,
Jadson Maranga Nyangau
Rebecca Naitere Kithinji,
Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Nairobi Branch

to be members of the Nairobi City Council Special Loans Board, for a period of three (3) years.

Gazette Notice No. 2964 of 2008, is revoked.

Dated the 10th October, 2011.


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ABDULRAZAQ A. ALI,
MR8247332 Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Trade

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13098
THE POLICE ACT
(Cap. 84)
ESTABLISHMENT OF POLICE STATIONS

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 2 of the Police Act, the Commissioner of Police appoints the following police posts in Sambuuru County to be Police Stations, with effect from 18th October, 2011:

Police Posts Map Reference No.
Baragoi BM 550980
Marti BM 470770
Sere-Olipi CM 3416

Dated the 18th October, 2011.

M. K. ITEERE,
Commissioner of Police.

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13418
THE SURVEY ACT
(Cap. 299)
THE KENYA LAND SURVEYORS BOARD EXAMINATIONS
FINAL PART II (B)—LAND LAW EXAMINATIONS, 2011

THE above-mentioned examination will be held at Survey Field Headquarters, Ruaraka, in Nairobi, on Monday, 5th December, 2011. An eligible candidates who wish to take the examination are asked to apply to the Secretary, Land Surveyors Board, P.O. Box 30046–00100,
Nairobi, so as to reach him not later than Thursday, 18th November, 2008.

Eligibility in this case applies to candidates in accordance with section 11 of the Survey Act (Cap. 299), together with those who have passed the Final Part I of the East African Land Survey Examination or would be exempted there from (proof of pass or exemption is required).

The examination fee of KSh. 5,000 payable by either depositing cash into Land Surveyors Board Account No. 0132446400, National Bank of Kenya, Hill Branch, Nairobi or Bankers Cheque, drawn in favor of the Land Surveyors Board, must accompany each application: Note that the above fee is payable for all categories of candidates, whether a first attempt or a re-sit.
Form “A” of the third Schedule or the Survey Act shall not be necessary. Candidates are advised to purchase bound copies of past land law examination papers with respective model answers from the society.

Dated the 13th October, 2011.

P. K. WANYOIKE,
Secretary, Land Surveyors Board
MR8247005
.

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13063
THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND
CO-ORDINATION ACT
(No. 8 of 1999)
THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT
AUTHORITY
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT
FOR THE PROPOSED 300 HOLIDAY APARTMENTS ON PLOT
NO. 13324/I/MN WITHIN NGOMONGO VILLAGE, SHANZU,
MOMBASA COUNTY.
INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of Environmental (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, the National Environment Management Authority, (NEMA) has received an environmental
Impact assessment study report for the construction of the proposed 300 holiday apartments.
The project will involve construction of 300 multi-storied apartments in 30 of four storey each (ground floor, 1st floor, 2ndfloor, 3rd floor and 4th floor). Each floor will have two apartments.

In addition the project will have the following auxiliary facilities; nursery school, cybercafé, club house and other sporting facilities.

The proposed site is on plot number 13324/1/MN(original no. 9139/1/MN) in Ngomongo villages, Bamburi Location, Shanzu Mombasa County. The proposed project site is approximately 10 kilometres north of Mombasa Island and measures approximately 6.2
hectares.

The major anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures are set out in the gazette.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.
(b) Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, N.H.I.F. Building, Community, P.O. Box 30521, Nairobi.
(c) Provincial Director of Environment, Coast Province.
(d) District Environment Officer, Mombasa Island District.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the
Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the approval process of the project.

Z. O. OUMA,
for Director-General,
National Environment Management Authority.
MR8256160

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13064
THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND
CO-ORDINATION ACT
(No. 8 of 1999)
THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT
AUTHORITY
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT
FOR THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY
OF NAIROBI KISUMU CAMPUS COMPLEX BUILDING ON LR
NO. KISUMU MUNICIPALITY / BLOCK 7/340
INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of Environmental (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, the National Environment Management Authority, (NEMA) has received an environmental impact assessment study report for the construction of the proposed development of the university of Nairobi Kisumu campus complex building.

The University of Nairobi intends to develop a 15 storey building complex as part of its expansion of Kisumu Campus. The building will house education facilities including lecture halls, offices, and library, among other facilities. The proposed development will be done in two
phases, Phase 1 and 2. Phase 1 is proposed to begin in the first quarter of 2011, while Phase 2 will follow later.

The building will be developed on the University plot, LR No. Kisumu Municipality/Block 7/340, located along Oginga Odinga Road near its junction with Achieng’ Oneko Road.

The major anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures are set out in the gazette.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.
(b) Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, N.H.I.F. Building, Community, P.O. Box 30521, Nairobi.
(c) Provincial Director of Environment, Nyanza Province Province.
(d) District Environment Officer, Kisumu West and North Districts.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the
Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the approval process of the project.

Z. O. OUMA,
for Director-General,
National Environment Management Authority.
MR8245563

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13065
THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND
CO-ORDINATION ACT
(No. 8 of 1999)
THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT
AUTHORITY
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT
FOR THE PROPOSED WATER AND SANITATION SERVICES
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (WASSIP), MUMIAS WATER
SUPPLY AND SANITATION PROJECT IN MUMIAS
MUNICIPALITY, BUTERE/MUMIAS DISTRICT
INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of Environmental (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, the National Environment Management Authority, (NEMA) has received an environmental
impact assessment study report for the construction of the proposed Mumias water supply and sanitation project.

The proposed Mumias water supply and sanitation project is part of the water and sanitation improvement program, which has the following objectives:
• Construction of a gravity intake on the River Lusumu;
• Construction of a raw water main from the intake (600mm Ferrous Pipe, length 1350m);
• Construction of new sewers and a new waste water treatment plant.

The proposed project is in Mumias Municipality which is located in Butere/Mumias District at the Northern Edge of Western Province, neighbouring Butere Town to the South and Kakamega to the South East.

The major anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures are set out in the gazette.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.
(b) Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, N.H.I.F. Building, Community, P.O. Box 30521, Nairobi.
(c) Provincial Director of Environment, Western Province Province.
(d) District Environment Officer, Butere/Mumias District.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the
Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the approval process of the project.

Z. O. OUMA,
for Director-General,
National Environment Management Authority.
MR8247465

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13066
THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND
CO-ORDINATION ACT
(No. 8 of 1999)
THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT
AUTHORITY
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT
FOR THE PROPOSED ATHI HOLIDAY RESORT LTD ON L.R.
NO. MAVOKO TOWN BLOCK 3/1161/1162, KINANIE CENTREKATHIANI
DISTRICT
INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of Environmental (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, the National Environment Management Authority, (NEMA) has received an environmental impact assessment study report for the construction of the proposed Athi Holiday Resort Ltd.

The proponent proposes to set up an idyllic holiday and recreational resort comprising a hotel with reception, lounge, administrative office, dining rooms, kitchens, conference rooms, and
fifty (50) guest rooms all ensuite. Attached will be a business centre, a laundry and a gym.

The proposed project site is situated on Plot Number Mavoko Town Block 3/1161/1162 consisting of five (5) acres each. The Location is about 8kms from Nairobi/Mombasa Road from Delvik Steel Company in Athi River and about 34km from Nairobi.

The major anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures are set out in the gazette.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.
(b) Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, N.H.I.F. Building, Community, P.O. Box 30521, Nairobi.
(c) Provincial Director of Environment, Eastern Province Province.
(d) District Environment Officer, Machakos District.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the
Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the approval process of the project.

Z. O. OUMA,
for Director-General,
National Environment Management Authority.
MR8245965

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13428
THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND
CO-ORDINATION ACT
(No. 8 of 1999)
THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT
AUTHORITY
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT
FOR THE PROPOSED WATER AND SANITATION SERVICES
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (WASSIP), EXPANSION WORKS
FOR ELDORET WATER TREATMENT PLANT AND
TRANSMISSION MAINS EXTENSION IN ELDORET
MUNICIPALITY, UASIN GISHU DISTRICT
INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of Environmental (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, the National Environment Management Authority, (NEMA) has received an environmental
impact assessment study report for the construction of the proposed proposed expansion works for Eldoret water treatment plant and transmission mains extension.

The proposed project is part of the water and sanitation improvement program, which has the following objectives:

• Expansion of the existing Chebara water treatment Plant to increase gross treatment capacity from the present 19,000m3/d to utilize the ultimate abstraction capacity of the existing Moiben Dam, i.e. 28,300m3/d @ 98% probability Safe Yield;
• Extension of Water Supply to Chebara and Chebiemit Trading Centres which are located adjacent to the existing Moiben Dam and Chebara Treatment Works;
• Extension of Transmission and Distribution Mains in Eldoret town.

The proposed project is in Eldoret Municipality is situated in the Uasin Gishu District of the Rift Valley Province in Western Kenya.

The major anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures are set out in the gazette.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.
(b) Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, N.H.I.F. Building, Community, P.O. Box 30521, Nairobi.
(c) Provincial Director of Environment, Ritf Valley Province Province.
(d) District Environment Officer, Uasin Gishu District.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the
Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the approval process of the project.

WILKISTER MAGANGI,
for Director-General,
National Environment Management Authority.
MR8247465

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13429
THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT
(Cap. 265)
THE COUNTY COUNCIL OF BUNGOMA
APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Local Government (Crop Cess Monitoring Committee) Regulations, 1988, the County Council of Bungoma appoints—

Cllr. Chrisantus Sifuna—(Chairman)

Members:
James Barasa Mukhongo,
David Muyelele,
Ben Namaswa,
Krisantus Dabani,
Chrisantus Pegga Barasa,
Japheth Kangale,
Fedinard Musakali,
Daniel Kutosi,
Albert Wesonga,
Winfrida Barasa (Ms.),

Ex officio members:
Cllr. Meshack Simiyu,
Cllr. John Weyusia Nanyakha,
Cllr. Boventure Machanga,
Nzoia Sugar representative,
Mumias Sugar Company representative,

as Cess Committee members as presented under Min CCB 08/2011(K) of 11th July, 2011.
Gazette Notice Nos. 10907 of 2009 and. 13070 of 2011, are revoked.

Dated the 14th October, 2011.

S. M. KIBAARA,
Clerk to Council.
MR8245936

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 13430
THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT
(Cap. 265)
THE COUNTY COUNCIL OF TAITA TAVETA
APPOROVAL OF BY-LAWS

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 205 (1) of the Local Government Act, the County Council of Taita Taveta has with the approval of the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Local Government imposed the following By-laws—

(a) The County Council of Taita Taveta (Forest Management) By-laws, 2011.
(b) The County Council of Taita Taveta (Hair Dresser and Barbers) By-laws, 2011.
(c) The County Council of Taita Taveta (Bicycle and Motorcycle) By-laws, 2011.
(d) The County Council of Taita Taveta (Solid Waste Management) By-laws, 2011.
(e) The County Council of Taita Taveta (Conveyance of Meat) By-laws, 2011.
(f) The County Council of Taita Taveta (Control of Stock) Bylaws, 2011.

The By-laws shall take effect on the date of publication of this notice.

Dated the 5th October, 2011.

A. W. MABUKA,
County Clerk.
MR8247451

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