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On The Lagos Property Protection Law

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On The Lagos Property Protection Law

The challenges that come with buying and/or selling of landed property are now well known in our society. In fact, scarcely will a landed property transaction and/or construction thereupon go on without one dispute/violence or the other. It has become so customary to find more than one person buying or purchasing a property from one […]

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NBA Vs EFCC: A Dog And Cat Affair

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NBA Vs EFCC: A Dog And Cat Affair

RAMON OLADIMEJI writes that last Friday’s inaugural speech by the new President of the Nigerian Bar Association, Mr. Abubakar Mahmoud (SAN), suggesting that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission should be stripped of its prosecutorial power has further fuelled the undercurrent of suspicion or mistrust that exists between the EFCC and Nigerian senior lawyers The […]

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FALANA, THE ‘COMRADE SAN’

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FALANA, THE ‘COMRADE SAN’

Falana, the ‘Comrade SAN’ September 17, 2012 by Malachy Ugwummadu As we all bask in the fascination of Mr. Femi Falana’s elevation to the prestigious rank of a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, we cannot afford to gloss over the consensus that his “elevation”, like that of Late Chief Gani Fawehinmi SAM, SAN, popularly called Gani, […]

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FOI: THE CHALLENGE OF OFFICIAL SECRET ACT

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FOI: THE CHALLENGE OF OFFICIAL SECRET ACT

FoI: The challenge of Official Secret Act By KAYODE AJULO Monday, 29 Aug 2011 David Mark Despite new FOI Act, Nigerians may still encounter difficulties in accessing public records and information, writes KAYODE AJULO If the request is to be turned down, the public institution must state the reason under the law. The refusal letter […]

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ARBITRATION: LAWYERS MUST BECOME DISPUTE MANAGERS MANAGERS

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ARBITRATION: LAWYERS MUST BECOME DISPUTE MANAGERS MANAGERS

Arbitration: Lawyers must become dispute managers managers By George AJAYI Monday, 27 Jun 2011 Joseph Daudu Legal pundits have advocated the need for lawyers to explore arbitration as an alternative means of dispute resolution in order to reduce the time spent in court, decongest prisons and generate more revenue, George AJAYI writes. The traditional mechanism […]

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