Chargee’s Statutory Power of Sale

EXEMPLIFYING CHARGEE’S STATUTORY POWER OF SALE Statutory power of sale refers to the right and mandate donated by law to a lender to sell a charged land (security) upon default by a borrower without seeking the intervention of the court. The cornerstone of this right is pegged on the right to property as enshrined in […]
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The Interplay of Consumer and Competition Law in Kenya

The cardinal principle in competition and consumer protection laws is protection of the interests of the consumer for quality products at fair prices. It’s build on the premise that a consumer is the weaker party in the transactional chain and must be protected by the hand of government against unscrupulous traders. Consumer protection laws safeguards […]
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