Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Sheria (The Law Forum)' started by moma2k, Dec 12, 2010.
Can one appeal against the Interlocutory ruling?
Most jurisdictions generally prohibit such appeals, requiring parties to wait until the trial has concluded before they challenge any of the decisions made by the judge during that trial. However, many jurisdictions make an exception for decisions that are particularly prejudicial to the rights of one of the parties.
Dear Hashycool thank very much for your very professional answer. I gone give you a bull as a gift. 'Without prejudice'
have you got a formal determination?
You can not appeal against interlocutory ruling or order as the same does not bring the case to finality.If you are aggrieved by it,you have to wait until the case is finally determined and appeal.In you memorandum of appeal,one of the ground will be the impugned ruling.For more details see recent amendments to both CPC and Court of Appeal rules.
Much obliged Mr Mayenga. Thank you very much for your input. God bless you all the time!