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The overall objective of the Compendium is to promote new and incremental investments in Nigeria.
Therefore, unless where an applicant withdraws his application by a written notice to the company, the contract takes effect on the date on which the allotment is communicated by the company.
By Damilola Adetunji
Ultimately the movement of people and a common currency are expected to evolve in the free trade area.
By Mayokun Alabi-Isaiah
The mailing system will amongst other things enable litigants and opposing parties file and serve their processes online without necessarily visiting the Supreme Court.
By Emmanuel Opara
The effect therefore is that such action will be struck out.
By Chinemerem Ezenwa
Some acts which constitute money laundering under the act are spelt out in Section 15 of the Act.
By Oludamola Adewumi
The Regulations 2018 takes precedence over regulations issued by the Minister of Petroleum Resources prior to 2018.
By Adeoye Adefulu
We review some of these reports here.
By Aderemi Ogunbanjo
An interesting development in recent United States ("US") financial reform legislation is a disclosure obligation contained in a miscellaneous provision of the proposed Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act approved by the US House of Representatives on June 30, 2010 and by the Senate on July 15, 2010. According to section 1504 of the Bill, titled "Disclosure of Payments by Resource Extraction Issuers",
By Adeoye Adefulu
The Federal Government of Nigeria recently passed the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act 2010 ("NCA") into law with the objective of fostering the development of indigenous service providers and utilization of Nigerian goods thereby creating economic linkages between the oil and gas industry, which had hitherto functioned as an enclave economy, and the wider Nigerian economy.
By Aderemi Ogunbanjo
The Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act (the "Act") which has just been signed into law is the cumulative result of decades of attempts by the government and stakeholders in the petroleum industry to ensure that the industry provides local value and maximized benefits to Nigerians.
By Aderemi Ogunbanjo
The Federal Government of Nigeria has announced the appointment of Mrs. Diezani Allison-Madueke as Minister of Petroleum.
By Damilola Adetunji, Jide Babalola
In light of the recent global and economic financial crisis, particularly in Nigeria, business enterprises and Governments alike have realized the important need to diversify in the area of raising capital to finance capital projects.
By Adeoye Adefulu
The Nigerian Minerals and Mining Act 2007 ("the Act") was passed into law on March 16, 2007 to repeal the Minerals and Mining Act, No. 34 of 1999 for the purposes of regulating the exploration and exploitation of solid materials in Nigeria.
By Adeoye Adefulu
This part focuses on the operational aspects and reviews issues relating to licensing and environmental issues.