District magistrate''s court - civil jurisdiction, Business Law and Ethics

District Magistrate's Court - Civil Jurisdiction

Conversely the civil jurisdiction of the district magistrate's courts in claims not below customary law was changed through Statute Law as the Miscellaneous Amendments Act 1983 and are as givens:       

District Magistrate

  Maximum Claim

  First Class

  Second Class  

  Third Class

     Shs.10, 000

     Shs. 5,000

     Shs. 5,000

Further here is no limit on the amount whether the proceedings concern a claim below customary law.

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