AN ANALYSIS OF ISLAMIC CIVIL PROCEDURE IN NIGERIA

Price: 6000 Naira ABSTRACT As a result of interactions between individuals, it is normal for dispute to arise. Islamic Law had provided the procedures through which such dispute can be judicially determined. Nigerian Courts are enjoined to apply procedural Rules enunciated by Makili School of jurisprudence. Full application of Islamic Civil procedure in Nigeria has been limited by some statutes. Most of the texts on Islamic Civil Procedure are classical and written in Arabic language. The rules of Islamic Civil Procedure enunciated by the classical books are yet to be comprehensively codified to guide Nigerian…

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AN ANALYSIS OF DOMESTIC IMPLEMENTATION OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL ON CLIMATE CHANGE IN NIGERIA

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT The global nature of climate has become very well appreciated in the developing as well as developed world. For example, in its recent Summit in Gleneagles, Scotland, in the United Kingdom, the leaders of the G8 nations very significantly remarked that climate changed is happening now, that human activity is contributing to it, and that it could affect every part of the globe. In its resolutions, the G8 leaders noted thus “The Gleneagles plan of Action which we have agreed demonstrates our commitment. We will take measure to develop markets for…

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AN ANALYSIS OF DELAY IN ENFORCEMENT OF CONTRACTUAL JUDGMENTS AS IMPEDIMENT TO FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS (FDI) IN NIGERIA

Price: 6000 Naira ABSTRACT Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is about economic prosperity and wealth creation of developing economies, (FDI) brings with it capital, technology, it provides a platform for the creation of jobs and links to the world economy which brings development. The New Partnership for Africa’s Development [NEPAD] asserts that to meet its developmental challenges, Africa will have to rely more on foreign direct investment [FDI] than aid. Given the fact, the aid flows to Africa have significantly declined over the years and that the continent has now to compete with other countries for…

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A STUDY OF CUSTOMARY LAND LAW AND TENURE PRACTICES OF SIX COMMUNITIES OF THE LOWER BENUE RIVER VALLEY OF NIGERIA

Price: 6000 Naira ABSTRACT This study is aimed at studying the customary land laws and tenurial practices of the communities of the Nigerian Lower Benue River valley. These communities are the Idomas and the Tivs of Benue state, and the Alagos, Eggon, Mada, and Gwandara peoples of Nasarawa State. The methodology adopted was a survey approach which incorporated primary data captured through questionnaire and interviews. The work has shown that in the area of study, all the land were acquired originally by settlement on virgin land. All the communities studied, except Alago, recognise inheritance as…

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A LEGAL EXAMINATION OF THE ROLE OF TAXATION IN REVENUE GENERATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT The bulk majority of the tax evasion and tax avoidance is caused by inadequate machineries and lack of skilled personal in administrative tax bodies as well as the legal framework upon which their relationship rest. This result in many problems of the tax collection in Nigeria. It is in this regard that the topic of this dissertation entitled “A Legal Examination of the Role of Taxation in Revenue Generation and Economic Development in Nigeria” was chosen. This study is to present, explore and analyze the nature and extent of tax legal…

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A LEGAL APPRAISAL OF THE ELECTRIC POWER SECTOR REFORMS IN NIGERIA

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT Nigeria’s electric power sector requires substantial reform if the country’s economic development and poverty alleviation programme is to be realized. Currently, the country faces serious energy crisis due to declining electricity generation from domestic power plants which are basically dilapidated, obsolete, and in an appalling state of disrepair, reflecting the poor maintenance culture in the country and gross inefficiency of the public utility provider. The government encouraged the private sectors to invest into the electricity industry so that, the monopoly created by the NEPA could be demolished and at the same…

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A CRITIQUE OF THE SEPARATION OF OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL OF COMPANIES UNDER COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 2004

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT < p style=”text-align: justify;”> Undoubtedly, the corporation has become one of the most powerful forces in twentieth century economies. It is both a method of property tenure and a means of organizing economic life. The corporation’s separation of ownership into component parts, control and beneficial ownership has brought into sharp focus the fundamental divergence between shareholder and management interests. With sole proprietorships, the owners are usually the same people who manage and operate the business. But in large companies, corporate officers manage the business on behalf of the owners. This separation…

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A CRITIQUE OF THE ROLE OF THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL IN PROMOTING PEACE AND SECURITY UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

Price: 5000 Naira ABSTRACT The international community saw the need for unity, peace, cooperation, and a state of security. This task was given the UNSC. But due to its inability to handle the plethora of breach of peace situations the world is experiencing creates a lot of doubts as to the seriousness of this body to carry on the task assigned her. Some of the question this research intends to answer is to see how committed the Security Council members are in maintaining and promoting world peace and security. With their over looming interest will…

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A CRITIQUE OF THE POWERS OF ATTORNEY GENERAL IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN NIGERIA

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT In the system of Administration of Justice in Nigeria, Attorney General occupies a very prominent position. As the Chief Law Officer and Minister for Justice, Attorney General exercises a controlling authority in the conduct of any civil proceeding affecting government or any of its agencies. For example, no garnishee order affecting public funds in the hand of any public functionary or any corporation or organization shall be executed without the prior consent of the Attorney General. In Criminal Cases, the Attorney General as the Chief Law prosecutor for the state, has…

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A CRITIQUE OF THE MECHANISM FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE (ICJ) JUDGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF CAMEROON vs NIGERIA

Price: 4000 Naira ABSTRACT The border relations between Nigeria and Cameroon remains an issue that gives all concerned a task to ponder. It is however clear that the boundary inherited by Nigeria at independence, especially in the Cameroon remains ill-defined. The Northern sector of the boundary has witnessed less problems because of the presence of physical features that were used to delimit the boundary such as mountains, hills, lakes, rivers, etc. Ebeji and Tiel in this sector have sometimes confused the exact extent of the boundary. However, the administrative acumen of the traditional rulers in…

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