The High Court in Uganda has canceled an order evicting Shumuk Springs Development Limited and Springs International Hotel Limited from the former Blacklines House in Kampala.
The High Court Deputy Registrar, Execution & Bailiffs Division, Irene Akankwasa says the first order was erroneously issued.
She says the order issued on February 6, 2014, by the same court which erroneously ordered for eviction of Shumuk Springs Development Limited and Springs International Hotel Limited, judgment debtors from Plot 2 Colville Street and to give vacant possession of the premises to Boney Mwebesa Katatumba and Hotel Diplomate, judgment creditors is set aside.
The order that set aside the eviction of SHUMUK was a turn of events followed an application by city lawyer Fred Makada, representing Shumuk Springs Developments and Springs International Hotel.
Following the fresh court orders, the court bailiff Jackson Mwesigye t/a Push Recovery Trust Associates have been ordered to halt the eviction of Shumuk and its tenants from the property.