Kisumu Police Officer To Be Charged With Nairobi
Kisumu Police Officer To Be Charged With Attempted Murder After Shooting Husband For Not Picking Calls
A Kisumu police officer has been arrested after she shot at her husband twice.
Administration officer Maureen Awuor, 35, attached to CIPU headquarters in Kisumu East, is said to have quarreled with her spouse on Sunday, July 5.
She accused him on not picking up her calls and giving their domestic worker Sh50 for lunch without consulting her.
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Key points from Uhuru Kenyatta's speech:
▪️Curfew extended for another 30 days.
▪️Ban on Movement in and out of Nairobi, Mandera and Mombasa lifted.
▪️Places of worship to reopen with no more than 100 congregants. No worshipers below 13 or above 58
▪️Ministry of Education to issue resumption of 2020 school calendar no later than tomorrow .
▪️Public transport into and out of formerly restricted areas to get prior clearance. Only certified psvs will be allowed
▪️Local flights to resume on 15th July.
▪️International air travel to resume 1st August.
▪️Political gatherings still banned for a further 30 days
▪️Bars and night clubs to remain closed for a further 30 days
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When a glass breaks you cannot mend it.it will be a waste. Covid 19 is real .it kills,causes depression and ignorance among other negatives.
Stand as you.do not engage in arguments that will endanger you life .more people have been affected mentally, physically and emotionally
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Rights to neighbour’s property in Kenya.
On 29th June 2020 in a remote village in Embu county two middle aged women entered into a farm where they picked black-jack a local weed to feed their rabbits. The two were charge for trespassing into the farm without the owner’s permission. The prosecution produced the weed before the court as evidence that the two had entered the farm.
The two appeared before the Senior Resident magistrate and pleaded guilty to the offence, it was the Magistrate orders that the two serves 2 months’ non- custodial sentences. I will not delve into the merits of the case however I will lay focus to the fundamental question of whether there exists interests in rights to Neighbour’s property as provided by the property laws. This paper will interrogate what interests if any in rights over land one may have in land belonging to another.
Interests in rights over land.
The Black’s Law Dictionary defines an encumbrance as a claim or liability that is attached to property. These are rights in alieno solo rights enjoyed in the land of another person other than the one entitled to enjoy such rights. They are a creation of statutes and have the effect of subjecting the property so burdened to some limitations which have the potential to defeat the registered proprietor rights of ownership with regard to such property, they include: charges and mortgages
The questions of servitudes are closely related to encumbrances in the sense that they are rights in alieno solo and effectively burdens upon land belonging to another person.
· Profits á prendre
· Restrictive Covenants.
Easements is a right attached to a parcel of land which allows the proprietor either to use the land of another in a particular extent but does not include profit. This essentially makes easements to be capable of being either positive where they allow use of another’s land in a particular manner or negative where they introduce an element of restraint and restrict an owner from using his land in a particular manner.
Under provisions of S.30 it is clear that easements qualify as interests of overriding nature examples envisaged are a right of way or right to natural light. An easement is meant to confer a right to a person other than the owner of the property so if the benefits cease, it should not exist.
PROFITS Á PRENDRE
Profits is a right to go on land of another, to take a particular substance from that land whether it is the soil or products of the soil. At once it becomes clear that unlike in easement, a profit entails the taking of something from another’s land, something capable of ownership that is taken from the servient tenement.
The right may also exist in relation to specified piece of land. In terms of nature, we may say that the point of departure between easement and profits is whereas easement must be pertinent to servient and dominant tenement at the same time, a profit need not be as it is a right that does not need the beneficiary to be the owner of the dominant tenement and can come all the way from wherever and all it entails is the taking away of something and off he goes.
This definition of profits as provided by section 3 of RLA would have justified the act of the two women to enter and take weed from the farm for purposes they pleaded in their defence. The law recognizes this right as is envisaged in the RLA. The learned Magistrate would have put this section for a considerable outcome in adjudication of the matter.
In terms of creation, profit may be created either by an express grant or by prescription. Where it is created by an express grant the provisions of S.96 of RLA the section provides that an owner of land may grant a profit. When that is done the instrument granting the profit must specify how the profit is to be enjoyed, whether it is to be enjoyed alongside with other similarly placed beneficiaries.
Prescription may also lead to acquisition of the profit just like in the case of easements and for that to be effective it has to be formalised by way of registration in accordance with S. 96 (3) the requirement of registration is mandatory unless the right was acquired before a first registration. if acquired before a first registration, what happens is that it acquires or assumes the nature of an overriding interest in terms of S. 30(e) of the RLA.
These are often referred to as negative easements to the extent that they restrain the activities of the registered proprietor as to what he can possibly do within his land. In the event the place curves on the free exercise of the proprietor’s powers and freedoms in relation to his land, they in effect introduce an element of curtailment of enjoyment of one’s rights in relation to his own property and that restraint is intended to benefit all persons other than the proprietor himself.
What happens is that the restriction on one’s activities in regard to his own property are such that if they are in relation to the (if it is a neighbourhood that is peaceful, there may be a covenant that precludes one from doing or initiating certain forms of developments which would be inconsistent with the general use to which that particular neighbourhood is earmarked.
As long as the restrains are in place, one should enjoy rights of use and abuse, or even destroy, right of support that one’s property that the neighbour expects from you, you cannot for example tell the neighbour that you will destroy your land because you might interfere with the natural right of support that the neighbour accepts by reason of being your neighbour.
Property laws in Kenya have entrenched the interest of rights over land by persons to land belonging to another however this rights don’t limit the proprietor’s quiet enjoyment of his exclusive rights over his land. The conviction of the two women was frivolous and unlawful and in my view the case was instituted in bad faith and blood.
 Sec 3 RLA