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Global Fleet Oil & Gas (Nig.) Ltd v. Orok: On Whether Land can be Acquired for Purpose not Enumerated in Section 28 of Land Use Act

An insight into the Court of appeal landmark decision. PARTIES IN FULL:Global Fleet Oil & Gas (Nig.) Ltd.V.Chief Emmanuel Ito Nyong Orok(For himself and on…

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DEUTCHES HAUS (Nig.) Ltd. v. UNION HOMES S. & L. Plc: On whether Claim for Sale of Property Used as Security for a Loan is Cognizable under undefended List Procedure

An insight into the Court of Appeal landmark decision. PARTIES IN FULL:DEUTCHES HAUS NIGERIA LIMITEDCHIEF (ENGR) EYO NDEM EYOJIAV.UNION HOMES SAVINGS AND LOANS PLC CITATION:…

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When Identification Parade is Unnecessary, Superfluous: Olayode v. The State

TAOHEED LAMIDI OLAYODE v. THE STATE CITATION: (2020) LPELR-52519(SC) In the Supreme Court of Nigeria ON FRIDAY, 18TH DECEMBER, 2020 Suit No: SC.983/2017 Before Their…

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Koloko v. Nkwonta: Whether Law Empowers Court to Compare Signatures on Document Admitted

Isaac Koloko & Anor v. Alexander Anayo Nkwonta Citation: (2020) LPELR-52195(CA) In the Court of AppealIn the Lagos Judicial DivisionHolden at LagosON WEDNESDAY, 16TH DECEMBER, 2020Suit…

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Yemole Nig. Ltd. v. Access Bank Plc: On whether Guarantor can be Sued alone without Joinder of Principal Debtor-: An insight into the Court of Appeal Landmark Decision

CITATION: [2020] 17 NWLR PT.1752 AT 75. Courtesy: Moruff O. Balogun Esq. Parties in full:YEMOLE NIGERIA LIMITEDARCH ADEYEMI OMOLEV.ACCESS BANK PLC. Summary of Facts The…

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Meaning of Breach of Contract and what a Claimant in an Action for Breach of Contract must Prove

JOS FLOUR MILLS LTD & ANOR v. MR. CHRISTOPHER GIWA & ORS CITATION: (2020) LPELR-51452 (CA) In the Court of AppealIn the Jos Judicial DivisionHolden…

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Court Dismisses 15-year-old Case for Lack of Merit

Justice Babajide Candide-Johnson of the Lagos State High Court, Igbosere has dismissed a 15-year-old suit filed by Edoh Emmanuel against Ganiyu Riliwan for lacking in…

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Whether Preliminary Objection on Jurisdiction can be Considered at End of Trial

NIGERIAN PORT AUTHORITY v. MR. SAM NMEJE & ORS CITATION: (2020) LPELR-51849(CA) In the Court of AppealIn the Calabar Judicial DivisionHolden at Calabar ON FRIDAY, 4TH DECEMBER,…

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How Statement of Accused Person becomes Confessional in the Eyes of the Court

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA v. ENGR. VALENTINE OKONKWO CITATION: (2020) LPELR-50755 (CA) In the Court of AppealIn the Asaba Judicial DivisionHolden at Asaba ON FRIDAY,…

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Instances where Adoption of Summary Judgment Procedure will be Inappropriate

MINISTER FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY & ANOR v. SOUTHLAND ASSOCIATES LIMITEDCITATION: (2020) LPELR-51179 (CA) In the Court of AppealIn the Abuja Judicial DivisionHolden at Abuja ON…

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MR. ADISA-ADEOGUN & ANOR v. DR. ADETUNJI OLUKAYODE AKINYEMI (2014)LCN/6819(CA)

In The Court of Appeal of Nigeria On Tuesday, the 4th day of February, 2014 CA/L/578/2006 JUSTICES: JOSEPH SHAGBAOR IKYEGH Justice of The Court of…

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Position of the Law on the Life Span of an Ex-parte Order: Skye Bank v. Haruna & Ors

SKYE BANK PLC v. HARUNA & ORS PrincipleJUDGMENT AND ORDER – EX-PARTE ORDER – Position of the law on the life span of an ex-parte…

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FOI: Court Orders Nigeria Correctional Service Boss to Release Records of Foreign Detainees

The High Court of Edo State has held that the failure of the Nigeria Correction Service to release the name, sex, country of origin, date…

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J. Berger v. Ugo: On Whether Order of State High Court or Federal High Court on Cost is Appealable

Courtesy: Moruff O. Balogun, Esq. On whether order of State High Court or Federal High Court on cost alone isappealable: An insight into the Court…

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When Breach to a Woman’s Right to Self-dignity Occurs at the Workplace, the only Court with Jurisdiction is the National Industrial Court

When discrimination or breach to a woman’s right to self-dignity occurs at the workplace, the only Court with jurisdiction is the National Industrial Court. Workplaces…

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