Kabaluku & Anor v Makoha ([node:field-casenumber]) [1992] UGHCCD 1 (18 June 1992);


Search Summary: 

In this case, the applicants sought for an order for joinder of a second defendant. Counsel for the appellants submitted that it was necessary to enable court decide the matter properly.


The respondent argued that this joinder was not necessary because the question of title with regards to him had already been settled in the lower court.


Headnote and Holding: 

The court found that the applicants only wanted to express their displeasure to a witness who refused to testify against the respondents, but not to meet ends of justice.



The application was accordingly dismissed with costs to the respondent.


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