Stanbic Bank (U) Ltd Vs Ssenyonjo & Anor (Civil Appeal No. 147 of 2012) [2019] UGCA 35 (29 March 2019)

Civil Procedure|Actions and applications|Conduct of proceedings|Institution of proceedings
Case summary
The court held that as the first appellate court, it is required to re appraise the evidence and draw inferences on the facts and the law. That the respondents are entitled to avoid enforcement of a contract on the terms written in the lease document because it was never translated to them. That the ground regarding pleading was of form rather than substance. That the appellant was brought to notice of the plaintiffs’ claims in the plaint and fully responded to them. That the plaintiff couldn’t recover damages from her own illegality.

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