2 edition of Civil service laws in East Africa found in the catalog.
Civil service laws in East Africa
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PUBLIC SERVICE RULES Table of Contents Chapter Subject 1. Introduction 2. Appointments and Leaving the Service 3. Discipline 4. Emoluments and Increments 5. Annual Performance Evaluation Reports (APER) and Certificate of Service 6. Examinations in Law and Official Publications g: East Africa. ENACTED by the East African Community and assented to by the President of the Procedure Acts in the Partner States on the mode of civil process all service on a member arising out of any civil process shall be East African Legislative Assembly (Powers and Privileges) Act, compelling the production of documents, in the (h).
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kiapi, Abraham. Civil service laws in East Africa. Kampala: East African Literature Bureau, (OCoLC) Civil procedure in East Africa Unknown Binding – January 1, by John F Spry (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John F Spry.
James Otieno-Odek. The East African Community law is found in the Treaty for the Establishment of the East African Community (the EAC Treaty), its Protocols, Directives of the Council of Ministers and Acts of the East African Legislative Assembly (the Assembly) and decisions of the East African Court of Justice (EACJ).
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This work presents a detailed and practical explanation of the law in both Civil and Criminal cases in East Africa. It is designed primarily as a t Text Book Centre Website Orders Support + Customer Service + While the concept of the civil service is a global phenomenon, its evolution in Africa predated the colonial period.
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