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|Case Number:||CIVIL CASE 100 OF 2005|
|Parties:||ABBAS LALI AHMED v LUCIAMO MORINI,SERGIO ALVARO MEDA,ROSSANNA GHIBERTI&GAETANO DELLA CORTE|
|Date Delivered:||10 Nov 2006|
|Court:||High Court at Malindi|
|Citation:||ABBAS LALI AHMED v LUCIAMO MORINI &3 OTHERS (NO.2) [2006[ eKLR|
[Ruling] Civil Procedure-parties to a suit-leave for third party notice to issue-ground that their claim lies as against the third parties-effect of-factors the court considers in such application-validity of order-Civil Procedure Rules Order 1 rule 14
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REPUBLIC OF KENYA
IN THE HIGH COURT OF KENYA
CIVIL CASE 100 OF 2005
ABBAS LALI AHMED ………………………………………PLAINTIFF
V E R S U S
SERGIO ALVARO MEDA
GAETANO DELLA CORTE ………...…………………DEFENDANTS
R U L I N G
By their application dated 27th July 2006, the defendants are seeking leave for third party notice to issue on the ground that their claim lies as against the third parties, Violi Federico and Federico Investments Ltd.
I have considered the application, which was argued ex parte and I am satisfied that it meets the requirements of Order 1 rule 14 of the Civil Procedure Rules. Leave is hereby granted and it is ordered that 3rd party notice to issue to Violi Federico and Federico Investments Ltd. The date of this order be endorsed at the top of the order and served.
No orders as to costs.
J U D G E