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By Emmanuel Ekpenyong, Serah Sanni
The Counsel submitted that the Court cannot look outside the pleadings to determine question of jurisdiction.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong, Serah Sanni
How many members may call for a Board meeting ("the meeting")? Section 263 (3) of the Companies and Allied Matters Act ("the CAMA") provides that;
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong, Serah Sanni
The essence of civil proceedings is for the judgment creditor to enjoy the fruits of his Judgment.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Like in other developing Countries, in Nigeria, there are instances where the government at the Federal, State or even Local may partner with private entities who have the expertise and finances under the Private Public Partnership ...
By Fred-young & Evans LP
The agreement must contain detailed information of the experts.
By Fred-young & Evans LP
A private company is prevented from raising capital for its business by inviting the public to subscribe for its shares.
By Fred-young & Evans LP
Section 299 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act ("the CAMA") provides that;
By Fred-young & Evans LP
The Petitioner shall also file an application for advertisement of the Petition
By Fred-young & Evans LP
The National Universities Commission ("NUC") was established further to the National Universities Act to regulate the establishment and monitoring of the activities of Nigerian Universities.
By Fred-young & Evans LP
The Board of Directors ("the Board") is a group of individuals, elected by the shareholders or the Directors themselves with a mandate to establish policies for corporate governance ...
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
All employment has its terms. The terms may be written in a single contract, several documents, custom and usage or inferred from the conduct of the employee and his employer.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
This is the common method of enforcing foreign judgments in Nigeria.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Once the Court recognizes the award by granting leave to the creditor to register same, it shall be enforced as a judgment of that Court.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Section 54 (1) of the Companies and Allied Matters Act ("the CAMA") provides that a foreign company who has the intention of carrying on business in Nigeria shall take steps to be registered as a separate entity in Nigeria.
By Emmanuel Ekpenyong
Generally, the Nigerian courts will treat the parent company as a separate entity from its subsidiaries.
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