A Comparative Analysis Of Nationality Law in Africa

A Comparative Analysis Of Nationality Law in Africa Citizenship  laws in Africa leave many millions of people at risk of statelessness. It is impossible to put an accurate figure on the numbers affected, but stateless persons are among the continent’s most vulnerable populations: they can neither vote nor stand for office; they cannot enrol their […]

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Legal Appraisal Of African Human Rights system A Study Of ECOWAS Court

Legal Appraisal Of African Human Rights system A Study Of  ECOWAS Court Africa has been traumatized by human rights violations of historic proportions over the last five centuries. The recent chapter in that long history of abuses is still being authored under the direction of the post-colonial state. But the peoples of Africa, like peoples […]

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LEGAL APPRAISAL OF CHILD RIGHTS ACT VERSUS SHARIA LAW IN NIGERIA

LEGAL APPRAISAL OF CHILD RIGHTS ACT VERSUS SHARIA LAW IN NIGERIA      Abstract                                             After dilly-dally for over ten years, Nigeria finally enacted the Child Rights Act (CRA) in 2003. Being a federal state, it is imperative for the various states to adopt and enact the CRA. However, sequel to the adoption of CRA by […]

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Fair Hearing: Sine Qua Non Under Nigerian Criminal Justice Jurisprudence

Fair Hearing: Sine Qua Non Under Nigerian Criminal Justice Jurisprudence Abstract The right to fair hearing is a right that is as old as mankind. It dates back to the Biblical account of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, where God gave them an opportunity of being heard before passing His judgment upon […]

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Problems and Prospects of Shareholders under the Nigerian Company Law

Problems and Prospects of Shareholders under the Nigerian Company Law Abstract The Companies and Allied Matters Act is currently the statute for regulating the registration and operation of all types of companies in Nigeria. Under the Act, shareholders are recognized as members of the company and the directors owe duties to both the company and […]

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An appraisal of the fundamental rights of shareholders in corporate governance under the Nigerian law

An appraisal of the fundamental rights of shareholders in corporate governance under the Nigerian law  Introduction When an individual or a group of persons purchase shares in a company, they become shareholders of that particular company. In Nigeria, there are over twenty million shareholders who own shares in public and private companies. A shareholder is […]

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AN APPRAISAL OF BANKER CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP IN NIGERIA

AN APPRAISAL OF BANKER CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP IN NIGERIA ABSTRACT The law of banking is concerned not only with the legal framework of banking business but also with the peculiar legal relationship which subsists between bankers and their customer. To the average Nigerian bank customer i . e an ordinary account holder, the relationship between him […]

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INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND THE PROTECTION OF VICTIMS OF WAR

INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND THE PROTECTION OF VICTIMS OF WAR ABSTRACT The evolving nature of IHL has seen the rules and principle blossom mover time. It is not until the second half of the nineteenth century that nations agreed on International rules to avoid needless suffering in war.International Humanitarian Law (IHL), also known as the […]

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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF INJUNCTIONS IN THE DISPENSATION OF JUSTICE IN NIGERIA

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF INJUNCTIONS IN THE DISPENSATION OF JUSTICE IN NIGERIA Abstract The topic of this research is „THE SINIFICANCE OF INJUNCTIONS IN THE DISPENSATIN OF JUSTICE IN NIGERIA‟. Injunctions are court orders prohibiting someone from doing some specified act or commanding someone to undo some wrong or injury. Injunctions are ordinarily and properly elicited […]

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