Ole Kantai JJA October 18, 2013 Reported by Andrew Halonyere & Cynthia Liavule Brief facts The appellant, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) in exercise of powers donated to it by Section 210 of the East African Community Customs Management Act 2004 and Regulation 104 (22) and (23) of the East African Community Customs Management Regulations, 2006 required the respondent to pay taxes for neutral spirit export that, according to the appellant, had been directed by the respondent to the local market.In addition they had not received an explanation from KRA officers on whereabouts of the goods before taxes were imposed by the appellant.De ce point de vue, et c’est ce que l’article s’attache à démontrer, propose une vision de la vulnérabilité sociale et politique.Dans un premier temps, les notions d’invisibilité et d’inaudibilité sont envisagées.
It presents a case study methodology for the development and testing of a web GIS that can be optimised for smartphones and tablets so that communities can access updated information while using the dam, which is rated as dangerous, for fishing or other recreational activity. In both letters it was stated that an offence had been committed and the respondent was required to compound the offence in terms of Section 219 of the said Act. KRA wrote two letters, the first letter on the day that the consignment was reported missing while the second letter corrected the tax demanded.Findings in this study showed that secondary school students in Kenya were much more vulnerable to the adverse effects of social networks in a manner consistently and concurrently similar to that found elsewhere in the worldwide.This included conversion of academic into recreational sessions and subsequent poor academic performances among the majority of the secondary school students in Kenya.Disclaimer: The information on this website is provided in good faith and has been derived from sources believed by the Law Society of Kenya to be reliable and accurate at the time of providing it.Therefore, every effort has been made to ensure that the information is accurate and up-to-date.(23) Where goods in transit cannot be traced the person referred to under sub-regulation (22) shall pay to the proper officer the penalty to bond in addition to the fine. East African Community Customs Management Act, 2004 (Act No 1 of 2005) sections 141, 210, 213, 214, 219 –(Interpreted) 2., jadis appelé « roman industriel », en le transposant à l’heure de la révolution numérique.Previously, GIS was critiqued as a segregating science used exclusively by geospatial experts.In recent years however, various studies have investigated the potential for communities without geospatial training to contribute towards, or benefit from, the use of GIS.(1) Every practising certificate shall bear the date of the day on which it is issued and shall have effect from the beginning of that day: Provided that a practising certificate which is issued during the first month of any practising year shall have effect for all purposes from the beginning of that month.(2) The practising year shall be from the 1st January to 31st December: © Copyright 2016, Law Society of Kenya Terms & Conditions.is a study in vulnerability and dispossession, and this is what the article aims to demonstrate.