The constitution of Nigeria provides for bail of an accused person generally. The provision of bail is largely hinged on presumption of innocence. Bail is a constitutional right; S. 35(4), s35(5) and s36(5) of the Constitution of FRN 1999( as amended) on the right to personal liberty. Section 35(4) 1999 Constitution. However it is pertinent … Continue reading Can the court revoke the bail of Nnamdi Kanu upon the application of the attorney General of the Federation?
The challenge of recovering premises from a tenant is a quagmire every landlord can relate to in Nigeria. Evicting a tenant who is in lawful occupation must be done in accordance with the requisite landlord and tenancy laws. Some landlords have resorted to self help by taking actions such as locking the door of the … Continue reading How to recover your premises from a tenant in Nigeria