A smart person once said, “The only thing that hurts more than paying Income Tax, is not having to pay Income Tax”.
Denning was a deeply religious man who allowed his personal ethics to influence his judgements.
Escrow in international trade is a service that allows both seller and buyer to protect their individual interests in a transaction by placing the funds in the hands of a trusted third party until a specified set of conditions are met.
A Will is not just for sharing that favorite shirt or giving your land in Eko Atlantic City to loved ones but also to let out those secrets which are probably eating you up, to give instructions, state your fears, express your wishes and any other information you would love your loved ones to know.
But something is special about the maritime industry, that is, almost all its fields are untapped. You can talk about seafaring, marine insurance, boat and ship building plus repairs, ship broking, transportation and warehousing, fishery and oceanography, maritime logistics and supply chain management etc.
Courts should not be the place where the resolution of disputes begins but rather where disputes end after alternative methods of resolving such disputes have failed, as ADR processes tend to arrive at settlements that are more creative, satisfactory and longer lasting than those imposed by the Court.
The lawyer who represented me was a very smart one and he argued that I was not trespassing because where I was arrested was a government house and not Nnamdi Azikiwe’s private house thus, that made it a public space.
Why You Should Download WHITE & BLACK COMPENDIUM OF LEGAL THOUGHTS After five insightful years as students at the prestigious Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan, a team of finalists of the 2017/2018 have come up with an intellectual project titled WHITE & BLACK COMPENDIUM OF LEGAL THOUGHTS. The black and white idea is one that was born out of the understanding that to fully appreciate law, it must be done from a position of balance. This balance comes from knowing…
X (Unnamed Person) v. University of Ibadan & Ors by Mujib Jimoh Introduction When I came across the case of ‘Kunle v. University of Port Harcourt (Uniport), a case instituted by one Adekunle against the disciplinary action taken by Uniport, I knew immediately that the Adekunle wasn’t ‘Kunle Adebajo for three reasons. First, ‘Kunle never had a stint at Uniport; secondly, ‘Kunle isn’t a controversial lad whose matter always floods court gate; thirdly, the case was before the Nigerian Court…
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