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Navigating The Contractual Roadblocks To Estate Planning
People tend to measure their success by the milestones they attain during their lifetimes. The usual markers are: levels of wealth, power, and influence.
Nigeria
4 Feb 2019
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Prenuptial Agreements: Wise Planning For A Happy Marriage?
Ahmed Musa is the first son of Alhaji Bamako Dogoyaro, one of Africa's wealthiest entrepreneurs. He met Jumoke Smith at Shoprite Plaza sometime in November 2017 during her shift as a sales attendant in the mall.
Nigeria
31 Jan 2019
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Minimising The Incidents Of Litigation On Wills In Nigeria
A Will is a document of distribution of private assets which takes effect upon the maker's death.
Nigeria
7 Jan 2019
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Visa Requirements For Newborns In Nigeria
Over 23% of pregnant Nigerian women insist on giving birth to their children abroad.
Nigeria
23 Nov 2018
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The Improved Probate Registry Of The High Court Of Lagos State
In Nigeria, the Probate Registry of most States is where all the activities relating to obtaining legal instruments to facilitate the legal administration and management of estates take place.
Nigeria
3 Aug 2018
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How To Take Over The Property Of Someone Who Has Died
If someone has died leaving behind money in the bank, landed properties or personal belongings, and you want to take over these assets, or want to administer, manage, distribute, or sell off the assets;...
Nigeria
16 Jan 2018
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Frequently Asked Questions On Retirement, Estate Planning And Probate
Estate planning is the act of preparing for the administration of one's wealth and assets after death.
Nigeria
16 Jan 2018
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How To Claim The Money And Property Of A Dead Person
This is a guide on how to claim the money in the bank as well as the movable and immovable assets of a deceased person who died testate (i.e. leaving a valid Last Will).
Nigeria
16 Jan 2018
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An Appraisal Of Types Of Marriage In Nigeria And Procedure For Contracting Statutory Marriage In Nigeria
Section 18 of the African Charter on Human and People's Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act, CAP A9, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 provides for protection of family life.
Nigeria
11 Oct 2017
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Jurisdiction Of Nigerian Courts On Statutory Marriages Contracted Outside Nigeria
The main requirement for Courts to have jurisdiction in relation to matrimonial causes proceedings is domicile in Nigeria.
Nigeria
14 Sep 2017
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Procedure For Adoption Of A Child Under Nigerian Law
The Childs Right Act, 2003 provides for adoption of a child in Nigeria.
Nigeria
24 Jan 2017
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PRIVATE CLIENTS UPDATE
Unlike some countries, the United States of America and France for instance, the United Kingdom (UK) does not generally charge Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on property disposals by non-residents.
Nigeria
20 Jan 2017
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Right Of A Beneficiary To Seek Legal Remedy – Any Limitations
There are several remedies available to an aggrieved beneficiary in the event of a breach of trust by a trustee.
Nigeria
11 Nov 2016
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Acquisition Of Property Post Execution Of A Will
One of the foremost desires of most property owners is to be able to decide the manner in which their real and personal property will be disposed upon their passing.
Nigeria
20 Jul 2016
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Joint Ownership In Context Of Marriage
In the course of marriage, it is common for couples to jointly acquire property as their matrimonial home.
Nigeria
27 Jun 2016
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Using Trust To Thrust The Veil Of Incorporation: A Review Of Prest v Petrodel Resources Ltd & Others [2013] UKSC 34
In what will easily pass as a classic case, the UK Supreme Court recently delivered a landmark decision, Prest v. Petrodel Resources Ltd And Ors. [2013] UKSC 34, the made detailed pronouncements which will have far reaching implications on various as-pects of law and certain established Common Law principles.
Nigeria
20 Feb 2014
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