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|Case Number:||Cause 44 of 2016|
|Parties:||Raymond Komen v County Government of Nakuru & Kinuthia Mbugua|
|Date Delivered:||08 Apr 2016|
|Court:||Employment and Labour Relations Court at Nakuru|
|Judge(s):||Radido Stephen Okiyo|
|Citation:||Raymond Komen v County Government of Nakuru & another  eKLR|
|Court Division:||Employment and Labour Relations|
|Case Outcome:||Application allowed|
|Disclaimer:||The information contained in the above segment is not part of the judicial opinion delivered by the Court. The metadata has been prepared by Kenya Law as a guide in understanding the subject of the judicial opinion. Kenya Law makes no warranties as to the comprehensiveness or accuracy of the information|
REPUBLIC OF KENYA
IN THE EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR RELATIONS COURT AT NAKURU
CAUSE NO. 44 OF 2016
THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF NAKURU…1st RESPONDENT
KINUTHIA MBUGUA...……………..…………2nd RESPONDENT
1. The Court awarded the Claimant Kshs 2,016,428/80 in a judgment delivered on 11 March 2016.
2. On 22 March 2016, the Claimant filed a motion seeking
2. THAT pending the inter partes hearing of this application, the court issues an order nisi restraining the respondent herein from withdrawing monies deposited in the following accounts
Co-operative Bank Account number….. 01141521630800
Kenya Commercial Bank account number….. 1140746057
National Bank account number 010011065283400.
3. THAT upon the interpartes hearing of this application, the court directs that the deposits in any accounts referred to hereinabove be attached to satisfy the judgment issued by this court on 11th March 2016 together with costs and interest.
3. The Court directed the motion to be served and set 1 April 2016 as inter partes hearing date.
4. The Respondents did not attend Court on 1 April 2016. On record was an affidavit of service attesting to service of the application upon the firm of Hari Gakinya & Co. Advocates.
5. The Claimant in brief submissions urged the Court to allow the application.
6. The Court has considered the application and order 23 of the Civil Procedure Rules upon which the application is anchored and is satisfied that order 2 as sought ought to be granted but only upto the tune of Kshs 2,016,428/80.
7. The Court therefore
8. Costs in the cause.
Delivered, dated and signed in Nakuru on this 8th day of April 2016.
For Claimant Mr. Githui instructed by Githui & Co. Advocates
For Respondents Hari Gakinya & Co. Advocates
Court Assistant Nixon