Stay of Execution

Kato v Nalwoga (CIVIL MISC. APPLICATION NO. 11 OF 2011 ) [2013] UGSC 15 (1 February 2013);

Flynote: 

Search Summary: 

The application was brought for a stay of execution against

the respondent.
The main point of contention was the respondent’s prayer that
applicants be required to deposit security of costs as they
were temporary residents in Uganda. The court observed that
at the time the respondent brought the suit he was aware of
the applicant’s residence and dismissing the application would
prejudice the applicant’s right to appeal.

Headnote and Holding: 

The application was brought for a stay of execution against

the respondent.
The main point of contention was the respondent’s prayer that
applicants be required to deposit security of costs as they
were temporary residents in Uganda. The court observed that
at the time the respondent brought the suit he was aware of
the applicant’s residence and dismissing the application would
prejudice the applicant’s right to appeal.

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