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|Case Number:||Judicial Review E002 of 2021|
|Parties:||James Muriuki Ngatia v Attorney-General|
|Date Delivered:||21 Apr 2022|
|Court:||High Court at Nanyuki|
|Judge(s):||Hatari Peter George Waweru|
|Citation:||James Muriuki Ngatia v Attorney-General  eKLR|
|Court Division:||Judicial Review|
|Case Outcome:||Application granted|
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REPUBLIC OF KENYA
IN THE HIGH COURT OF KENYA
JUDICIAL REVIEW NO E002 OF 2021
JAMES MURIUKI NGATIA...........APPLICANT
R U L I N G
1. The Ex Parte Applicant herein, JAMES MURIUKI NGATIA, has applied by chamber summons dated 15/07/2021 under Order 53, Rules 1, 2 & 3 of the Civil Procedure Rules, 2010 for leave of the court to apply for judicial review. The relief to be sought is an order of mandamus to compel the Attorney-General of the Republic of Kenya to satisfy the decree in Nanyuki, CMCC No 14 of 2007.
2. I have read the Statement of Facts and the Verifying Affidavit filed together with the application. I have also considered the submissions of the learned counsel appearing. I will in the circumstances grant the leave sought.
3. Let the substantive application be filed as provided for in the rules. Costs of this application shall be in that substantive application. It is so ordered.
DATED AND SIGNED AT NANYUKI THIS 20TH DAY OF APRIL, 2022
H P G WAWERU
DELIVERED AT NANYUKI THIS 21ST DAY OF APRIL 2022