Delivered the judgment which reads as follows:
ON THE APPEAL by Assitan DIARRA having as counsel Maitre lssouf FANE, Attorney at
the Court of Bamako); appellant, on the one hand;
Bakary KANTE and others, having as counsel Maitre Fousseyni DJIRE, Attorney at the
Court, respondents, on the other hand;
Based on the report by Mr Etienne KENE, President of the Judicial Division, and the written
and oral submissions of Advocate General M'Pèrè DIARRA;
Having deliberated in accordance with the law;
By Certificate No.129 of 14th May 2010 of the Registry of the Court of Appeal of Bamako,
Maitre lssouf FANE, Attorney at the Bar of Mali, acting on behalf of and for his client Assitan
DIARRA, lodged an appeal against Judgment No.738 of 23rd December 2009 passed by the
Civil Chamber in a case on the sharing of inherited assets opposing his client to Bakary KANTE
and others.
The appellant justifies having paid, into the Court Registry, the full amount of the statutory
deposit. That she also produced additional written submissions, which was notified to the
respondents. As a result, her appeal appears admissible on the form.

1. Facts and procedure :
According to the case file, particularly the heredity judgment No.320 of 11th May 2007 by the
Court of Municipality VI of the District of Bamako, Sekou KANTE died in 1978 in Bamako; he
left as known heirs his wife named Tenin BALLO and children named: Bakary, Barou and
Mamou KANTE. He also left a succession mass consisting essentially of a residential house
based in Torokorobougou (Bamako) and a bare plot of land in Maniambougou (Bamako).
Ruling on an application by Barou KANTE on 5th June 2007, the Civil Court of Municipality V
of the District of Bamako held that the succession mass is composed of a house located at
Torokorobougou, of an area of 300 m2 estimated at 17,445,677 CFAF; that the realisations made

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