Customary Court of Appeal Rules (Chapter 04:05). | Land Portal

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This Order, made under section 49 of the Customary Courts Act, implements provisions of that Act in respect of, among other things: registers to be kept, procedural requirements in relation with hearings at a customary court, right of appeal in accordance with section 42 of the Act, procedure on hearing of civil appeals and recording and delivery of judgment.

Implements: Customary Courts Act (Chapter 04:05). (2006)

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