3rd February 2023 Kenya Gazette

February 3, 2023 - Reading Time: 2 minutes - By The Vellum Team

Legislative Supplements, 2022/3

The Merchant Shipping (Training and Certification) (Amendment) Regulations, 2022

The Energy (Revocation) Regulations, 2023

The Petroleum (Importation) Regulations, 2023

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (Amendment) Act, 2023

THE COMPANIES ACT

DISSOLUTION

A gazette notice has been issued showcasing the companies that have been dissolved and their names struck off the Register of Companies, with effect from the date of publication of this notice.

THE EVIDENCE ACT (Cap. 80)

APPOINTMENT OF SCENE OF CRIME OFFICERS

The Director of Public Prosecutions has appointed several officers to be Scene of Crime Officers to take and prepare evidence of a photographic nature in criminal proceedings, for the purposes of producing certificates of photographic images from crime scenes under the Evidence Act.

THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY CUSTOMS MANAGEMENT ACT, 2004

APPOINTMENT OF ROADS OR ROUTES OVER WHICH GOODS IN TRANSIT/UNDER CUSTOMS CONTROL SHALL BE CONVEYED

The East African Community Customs Management Act, 2004, the Commissioner of Customs and Border Control have appointed the following transit routes: 

  • Nairobi—Maai Mahiu—Narok—Kaplong—Isebania
  • Nakuru—Nyahururu—Kiganjo—Moyale

 

THE WATER ACT, 2016 WATER SERVICES REGULATORY BOARD

PUBLIC NOTICE TO ALL WATER SERVICE PROVIDERS

A gazette notice has been issued to notify all-water service providers of existence of the Water Services Regulatory Board (WASREB) which is the National Regulator for water and sanitation services, having been established under section 70 of the Water Act 2016, with the principal object of protecting the interests and rights of consumers in the provision of water services, while ensuring other stakeholders’ interests are also safeguarded. Pursuant to her statutory mandate under section 72 of the Water Act, 2016, WASREB sets, monitors and reviews rules and regulations to ensure water services provision is affordable, efficient, effective and equitable. Section 85 (I) of the Water Act, 2016 provides that a person shall not provide water services unless under the authority of a license issued by WASREB. Further, the Regulations to the Water Act, 2016; Water Services Regulations, 2021, stipulates that all licensed water service providers should regulate water vending systems within their areas of supply. The regulation should be as per the specific rules for various vending systems to be adhered to by all water vendors contained in Water Vending Guideline developed by WASREB, (available at www.wasreb.go.ke: https://billy/31cz8am7 ).

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