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The Panacea To Nigeria's Growing Interconnect Debts
The deregulation of the telecommunications sector in 2001 led to the issuance of telecom licenses to major telecom providers.
Nigeria
25 Jun 2014
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The Problems Militating Against The Growth Of Arbitration In Nigeria
Unlike commercial litigation where litigants spend many years in court for their dispute to be resolved, an arbitration proceeding is fast and flexible.
Nigeria
25 Jun 2014
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Enforcement Of Choice Of Foreign Law And Jurisdiction In Transaction Agreements
The Nigerian courts recognise parties’ choice of foreign (non-Nigerian) law and jurisdiction.
Nigeria
24 Apr 2014
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The Invention Of Arbitration And ADR Infrastructure By Emerging Economies As A Means Of Attracting Foreign Investment ‐ Lessons For Lagos
The Lagos State Government Administration enacted the Lagos State Arbitration Law and the Lagos Court of Arbitration Law.
Nigeria
24 Apr 2014
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Effect Of Appeals On Course Of Trials
The need for an efficient and effective administration of justice has made the establishment of hierarchy of courts very desirable.
Nigeria
24 Apr 2014
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The Role Of Debt Recovery In The Credit Economy Of The 21st Century
John N. Bellows wrote in 1842 that lenders have just as much of an interest to sell to consumers as consumers have in purchasing on credit.
Nigeria
23 Apr 2014
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The Rise Of Alternative Resolution Mechanisms In Nigeria
In the course of business, it is inevitable that disputes will arise occasionally among business associates.
Nigeria
23 Apr 2014
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Injunctions Pending Arbitration: A Legal Myth?
A court grants an order of injunction at its discretion as an equitable relief to protect the rights of the applicant.
Nigeria
3 Apr 2014
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