How do I get a court order in Kenya?

How do I get a court order in Kenya?

Obtain proceedings

  1. Make a written request in open court or through writing in the court registry.
  2. The court will make an order and the proceedings will be prepared and assessed for fees.
  3. Pay the required fees.

What is a final court order?

Final Court Order means a court order or judgment that has been signed by a judge and shows the stamp of the court clerk or trial court administrator, indicating the order is a certified copy of the original record on file with the court.

How much does it cost to get a court order in Kenya?

A. Supreme Court of Kenya.

S/No Fees description Fee (KSh.)
1. Petitions and references
(1) Petition 10,000
(2) Response to a petition 5,000
(3) Notice of motion or interlocutory application 8,000

Does a court order expire in Kenya?

The Civil Procedure Rules state that the order should last for twelve months but not where the court states otherwise. This clearly should mean that where the court does not state how long the order is to last then at the expiry of twelve months any affected party may move the court to have the order vacated.

What kind of court order do I Need?

One of the most familiar may be the restraining order. This type of court order requires a person to stay away from another party. It may require the individual to remain a specific distance away from another person. It may even prohibit a party from talking to a specific individual by phone.

Can a court order provide a placement schedule?

Most court orders provide a placement schedule of the times the children are to be with each parent. Placement schedules can vary from brief time with one parent and the remainder with the other to the same amount of time with each parent. Placement schedules also provide for placement on holidays and vacations.

What happens when you have a court order against you?

A court order means you have to either make regular payments to your creditor or pay the whole debt off by a certain date. When your creditor has a court order against you, they might get a further court order called a charging order. A charging order secures the debt against your home or other property you own.

What are the general rules about applications for court?

(b) a copy of any draft order which the applicant has attached to his application. (b) the period of notice is shorter than the period required by these Rules or a practice direction, the court may direct that, in the circumstances of the case, sufficient notice has been given and hear the application.

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