when should execution appeal be granted

Mutize v FMC Financial Services (Pvt) Ltd & 5 Others; Nyahasha v Mutize (HH 10-20, HC 10930/18; HC 505/19) [2020] ZWHHC 10 (08 January 2020);

1.ABIGAIL MUTIZE                                                                                                            HC 10930/18                                                                                                           

versus

FMC FINANCIAL SERVICES (PVT) LTD

and

REVESAI TABETH NYAHASHA

and

SHERIFF OF THE HIGH COURT

and

REGISTRAR OF THE HIGH COURT

and

REGISTRAR OF DEEDS

and

POWER BREEZE ENGINEERING (PVT) LTD

 

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe & Another v ZANU PF & Another (HMA 37-18, HC 297/18) [2018] ZWMSVHC 37 (17 July 2018);

AMALGAMATED RURAL TEACHERS UNION OF ZIMBABWE[2]

and

OBERT MASARAURE                                           

versus

ZIMBABWE AFRICAN NATIONAL UNION [PATRIOTIC FRONT]

and

MINISTER OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION

 

 

HIGH COURT OF ZIMBABWE

MAFUSIRE J

HARARE, 16 & 17 July 2018

 

 

Urgent chamber application – leave to execute

 

Mrs B. Mtetwa, for the applicants

Mr N. Mushangwe, for the first respondent

Zimbabwe United Passenger Company v Gift Investments (Private) Limited & Another (HH 4-18, HC 5571/17) [2018] ZWHHC 4 (03 January 2018);

ZIMBABWE UNITED PASSENGER COMPANY

versus

GIFT INVESTMENTS (PRIVATE) LIMITED

and

JAYESH SHAH

 

HIGH COURT OF ZIMBABWE

TAGU J

HARARE, 17 November and 03 January 2018

Opposed Application

T Magwaliba, for applicant

L Uriri, for 1st respondent

No appearance for 2nd respondent

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