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By John C. Onyido
The Copyright Society of Nigeria is the sole collecting society licensed by the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) to manage the rights and the repertory of musical works belonging to its member-artistes
By Feyisola Oyeti
On 30th May, 2017 the Acting President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo assented to the Bill on Secured Transactions in Movable Assets (Collateral Registry Act).
By Yetunde Okojie
For the past few decades, the exportation of oil has been Nigeria's major source of revenue and sadly to the detriment of other economic sectors and revenue sources.
By John C. Onyido, Yetunde Okojie, Olalekan Ikuomola
The Nigerian Court of Appeal recently ruled on the appeal filed by the Musical Copyright Society of Nigeria (the Applicant at the Federal High Court, Lagos Division and...
By Peter Olaoye Olalere, Olalekan Ikuomola
When the Evidence Act was signed into law by former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCON on the 2nd day of June 2011, it was received with maximum enthusiasm by the Nigerian legal community...
By Adetola Ayanru
A letter of credit in the Nigerian context is the assurance a foreign seller receives from a Nigerian Bank that it will be paid for the goods it has made arrangements to have delivered to a Nigerian buyer...
By Yetunde Okojie
Like other manufacturing industries, in the pharmaceutical sector a system of differential pricing operates globally.
By Ibidolapo Bolu
In December 2009, a Federal High Court in Asaba, Delta State discharged and acquitted James Onanefe Ibori of all 170 charges of corruption brought by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
By Oghenekevwe Odima
However, this right to own immovable property like every other right is not absolute but subject to certain qualifications.
By Yetunde Okojie, Olalekan Ikuomola, Chiamaka Anyanwu
Under Nigeria's Copyright Act, copyright infringement can be resolved through a civil and/or criminal action.
By Babatunde Ajibade, Benedict Oregbemhe
The 1922 Ordinance applies to reciprocal enforcement of judgments obtained in the United Kingdom and other parts of Her Majesty's Dominions and Territories under Her Majesty's protection.
By Benedict Oregbemhe
The basic reason for payment of compensation for compulsory acquisition of private property for overriding public purpose is to restore a party... to an economic position that approximates the status occupied prior to the acquisition.
By Cajetan Osisioma
The High Court of Accra, Ghana delivered a ruling on an application filed by Mr. Chude Mba, seeking an enforcement of the judgment of the Economic Community of West African States Community Court of Justice entered in his favour against the Republic of Ghana.
By Peter Olaoye Olalere
The fulcrum of the philosophy behind the regulation is encapsulated in its general obligations as specified in Regulations 4(a), 5, 9(a), 10, 14(a), 15(a), 16(a) and 17(a).