Impugned Agreement

The Tribunal held that a purchase agreement does not constitute title in favour of the intended buyer, nor does it extinguish the title of the intended seller, but that it creates a right legally applicable to the proceedings of the injured party. There is no doubt that the opposing party has not initiated proceedings for the application of his civil rights. The most important ingredient for proving the charge under Article 420 of the Penal Code is guilty intent at the time of the first engagement. The petitioner`s culpable intent was clearly not there, since the petitioner obtained the property through Land No. 3388, which has an area of 84 Kathas. It is therefore only because the petitioner had entered into a purchase agreement with another before entering into an agreement with the complainant that the petitioner would not be guilty of dishonest and fraudulent intent in the first place. In addition, the pedentine appropriately acknowledged the sales agreement with the plaintiff and the fact of the division action brought by her sister in the same year, as well as the court order prohibiting the parties from transferring ownership of the remedy. Consequently, the petitioner obstructed the implementation of the agreement until the appeal was dismissed in 2011. Therefore, it is not possible to admit that the same thing is being prosecuted, which would apparently lead to a miscarriage of justice. It is therefore known that insurance contracts do not have to be reduced to the written form in order to be enforceable, but since insurance is, on the whole, a company that covers risks, it is customary to find the contractual conditions reduced to a written agreement (policy).

These were created by the complainant alone, as she settled on the border between Uganda and the Sudan for several other cases. „The senator challenged the motives and conduct of our colleague“ The general principle is that the defendant is better placed in areas where the parties are also liable (In pari delicto, portior est condition defendentis). . . .