itself. A Judgment should contain a concise statement of the case, the points for determination, the decision thereon and the reasons for the decision. The Judgment should be written by the presiding officer, in our case the LC II Court in the language of the court, it should show what was in dispute, the decision taken, the reasons for taking the decision and it must be dated and signed at the time of pronouncing the Judgment. The record before me does not show that a Judgment was written by the LC II Court. There is no proof that hearing of the case was held.
The encyclopedia of Laws of England defines a Judgment thus; “Judgment is the determination of a court declaring the rights to be recognized and the remedies to be awarded between the parties upon facts found by the court or jury, or admitted by the parties or upon their default in the course of the proceedings instituted for the redress of a legal injury.”
I have studied the record on this case as a whole. I have not found any copy of the proceedings and Judgment of Buranga LC II Court. There was no affidavit of service before the LC II Court for it to