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March 7, 2016

SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF NIGERIA LIMITED V. SAM ROYAL HOTEL NIGERIA LIMITED

Supreme Court – Feb, 2016 APPEAL NO: SC.120/2006   Areas Of Law APPEAL, CIVIL LAW AND PROCEDURE, LAW OF EVIDENCE, LEGAL PRACTITIONER, PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE, UNDEFENDED […]
January 20, 2016

Rt. Hon. Prince Terhemen Tarzoor V. Ortom Samuel Ioraer & Ors

The Appellant a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the 1st Respondent a candidate sponsored by the All Progressive Congress (APC) and six other candidates under the Platform of their respective parties, contested in the April 2015 election into the office of the Governor of Benue State. The 1st Respondent was declared the winner of the Election by the 3rd Respondent. Aggrieved by the result of the election, the Appellant challenged same at the Governorship Election Petition Tribunal constituted for Benue State on grounds that the 1st Respondent was not qualified/disqualified to contest the election,
December 1, 2015

First Bank Of Nigeria Plc & Anor Vs Ben-Segba Technical Services Limited And Anor

The Plaintiffs now Respondents at the High Court of Justice Effurun Delta State took out a writ of summons dated 23/6/2008 and filed the same date against the Defendants/Appellants. They also filed motion ex-parte, motion on notice, with an affidavit. The Lower Court heard the motion and ordered an interim injunction to restrained the Defendants/ Appellants from (1) taking any step for the recovery disputed loan.
November 22, 2015

Sherifat O. Hassan & Anor V. Agunsoye Oluwarotimi Ojo & 2 Ors

The 1st Appellant and 1st Respondent were candidates at the 28th March, 2015 House of Representatives Election wherein the latter was declared returned as the validly elected as member representing Kosofe Federal Constituency. Dissatisfied with the return, the 1st Appellant filed a petition challenging the return of the 1st Respondent on the ground that the 1st Respondent was at the time of the election not qualified to contest...