JUDGMENT This matter comes before us by way of appeal from the judgment of the Chief Justice. The appeal is directed at the whole of the judgment in terms of which the following order was made: Judgment for the Plaintiff in the sum of M4173 with 6% interest from the date of the Judgment, and taxed costs on party and party scale, including the costs of CIV/APN/30/81, such costs to go into the revenue of the Chief Legal Aid Officer under the provisions of S . 1 0 ( 5 ) of the Legal Aid Act 1978 (Act No. 19 of 1978).' The above order was made by the Chief Justice pursuant to an action instituted by Respondent, (Plaintiff in the Court a quo, and referred to as such herein) against Appellant (Defendant in the Court below and referred to as such) for damages and certain other financial relief arising out of an alleged seduction. In the annexure to the notice of appeal, the following grounds on which the judgment of the Chief Justice is challenged are set out: '1. That the Honourable Mr Justice T S Cotran erred in finding that Mrs Manthabiseng Pitso was not prepared to become involved more than she had already been and accordingly disregarding her clear evidence contradicting the Respondent. 3/....

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