Acting CJ Mwilu launches Small Claims Court in Nairobi

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Acting CJ Philomena Mwilu launches Small Claims Court at Milimani Law Courts

Acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu has today commissioned the first Small Claims Court in Nairobi’s Milimani Law Courts.

The Small Claims Court is a special court that will handle cases with a value of up to Sh1 million.

The court will help ease of doing business in the courts, as judgements will be made within 6 months.

Some of the cases that will be handled in court include;

  • Contract for sale and supply of goods and services
  • Contract relating to money held and received
  • Recovery of movable property (Not Land)
  • Loss and damage caused to property
  • Compensation for personal injuries
  • Settling of debts 

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