In the Court of Appeal, Dr. Wamuti Ndegwa represented the respondent developer against the by the objector. Dr. Ndegwa successfully defended and obtained a judgement dismissing the appeal and holding amongst other things that,
Dr. Wamuti Ndegwa defended Hon. Ali Menza Mbogo the Member of Parliament for Kisauni Constituency in a petition seeking to nullify his win in the 2018 Parliamentary Elections.
Dr. Ndegwa argued that,
Dr. Wamuti Ndegwa represented the Appellant in the Court of Appeal.
Dr. Ndegwa successfully applied,
The judgment for Kshs 219,170,713 in favour of the Respondent was set aside and the Respondents ordered to refund the interest amounting to Kshs 87,000,000 and pay the cos...
Dr. Wamuti Ndegwa acted for the Defendant in a claim based on breach of contract.
Dr. Ndegwa successfully applied the principle of law that in a contract, a party who prevents the other party to the contract from completing his obligations in the contract cannot be allowed to use his own wrongdoing to prevent the innocent from enforcing the contract.
Dr. Ndegwa succeeded in obtaining an order that,
The issue was whether the High Court has jurisdiction to adjudicate a suit seeking orders to nullify a development permission issued by the local government under the Physical Planning Act and an injunction to the developer from proceeding with construction works.
Dr. Wamuti Ndegwa represented the developer who was the Defendant.
Dr. Ndegwa successfully applied the principle that the High Court (now ELC) does not have the primary jurisdiction to adjudicate in disputes where a statute provides an alternative process for adjudicating or alternative remedy.
The suit was struck out and the costs of the case awarded to the defendan...
In this matter in the High Court, Dr. Wamuti Ndegwa represented the Shareholder/Petitioner. The shareholder complained that the company was excluding from its affairs of the company. Further, that the Board was running the company in a manner oppressive to the interests of the petitioner shareholder.
Dr. Ndegwa succeeded in applying the provisions of the Companies Act regarding the rights of the minority. The court issued an order directing that the company pay the aggrieved shareholder a sum proportionate to the monetary value of her shares in the company.
Judgement delivered on February 26, 2009.