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|Case Number:||civ case 1703 of 97|
|Parties:||NATIONAL BANK OF KENYA LTD vs HON. JOHN PAUL TITI|
|Date Delivered:||15 Dec 2000|
|Court:||High Court at Nairobi (Milimani Law Courts)|
|Citation:||National Bank of Kenya Ltd v Hon. John Paul Titi eKLR|
|History Advocates:||Neither party represented|
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REPUBLIC OF KENYA
National Bank Of Kenya Ltd v Hon. John Paul Titi
High Court Of Kenya At Nairobi
December 15, 2000
Milimani Commercial Courts
T Mbaluto, Judge
Civil Case No. 1703 Of 1997
December 15, 2000 T Mbaluto, Judge delivered the following ruling.
This is an application under paragraph 4 of the 5th Schedule of the Law of Succession Act, rule 49 of the Probate and Administration Rules, sections 3A and 37 of the Civil Procedure Act, for an order that Mrs. Edith Khasoha Titi be constituted as the Administrator of the Estate of John Paul Titi (Deceased) the defendant in this matter for the purposes of continuation of the suit. The application is supported by an affidavit sworn by Frederick Mumenya Wahome, the manager of the plaintiff bank at its Kisumu Branch.
On the basis of the evidence contained in Mr. Wahome’s affidavit as well as submissions by learned counsel for the plaintiff (Mrs. Otieno), I am satisfied that the plaintiff is entitled to the orders it seeks in this application. Accordingly the application is allowed as prayed. Costs of the application will be in the cause.