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AKABOGU & ASSOCIATES
In April, the Nigerian Ports and Harbours Authority Bill passed its third and final reading at the Senate.
AKABOGU & ASSOCIATES
The Nigerian Ports and Habours Authority Bill 2006 seeks to address some of the legal issues resulting from inadequate statutory provisions supporting Nigeria's so-called "ports concessions era".
AKABOGU & ASSOCIATES
With Nigeria's position as a leading oil producing country, the transportation of crude oil from the country is a basic and foundational component of the international oil supply chain.
AKABOGU & ASSOCIATES
In a recent ruling a judge of the Nigerian Federal High Court held that there is no limitation period in any cause of action within the admiralty jurisdiction which is enforceable in rem.
AKABOGU & ASSOCIATES
Minister of Transportation Rotimi Amaechi was recently reported to have stated that government was in the process of establishing a new national carrier...
Songhai Advisory LLP
Aero Contractors has laid off 60% of its employees as part of measures to cut costs, four months after it suspended operations due to operational difficulties.
Songhai Advisory LLP
The Nigerian government sacked 10 directors of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on 24 February.
Songhai Advisory LLP
Nigeria's second busiest airport Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport will be closed for six weeks next month for repairs, putting airlines at risk of a revenue cut.
Songhai Advisory LLP
Nigeria's second busiest airport Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport will be closed for six weeks on 8 March for repairs, putting airlines at risk of a revenue cut.
PwC Nigeria
Though the current recession has impacted negatively on Nigeria's automotive sector leading to a very slow growth scenario...
PwC Nigeria
The global automotive industry is looking for new growth opportunities and those opportunities reside in Africa.
Strachan Partners
Under common law, carriers were liable for loss or damage to goods in their custody notwithstanding the absence of fault on their part.
Mike Igbokwe (SAN) & Co
The service on a ship or other property, of a writ in an admiralty action in rem, is governed mainly by Order 6 rules 1, 2 and 3 of the Admiralty Jurisdiction Procedure Rules, 2011 (AJPR).
Banwo & Ighodalo
It is no longer news that Coastal Trade or Cabotage2 within Nigerian waters is restricted to only Nigerian vessels.
B Ayorinde & Co
Litigation in our Courts in Nigeria today is known to be long-winding and it is not uncommon for cases to remain in Courts of first instance for 5 years while the pursuit of a case up to the Supreme Court may take a period of about 10 years.
ADE AFUN
The Federal High Court in the recent case of NOBLE DRILLING (NIGERIA) LIMITED V THE NIGERIAN MARITIME ADMINISTRATION AND SAFETY AGENCY (NIMASA) & THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORTATION1 provides clarity on Sections 2, 5 and 22(5) of the Coastal and Inland Shipping (Cabotage) Act, Cap. C51, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 (Cabotage Act).
ADE AFUN
This paper considers the recent developments in Nigerian Ship Arrest Law – the Admiralty Jurisdiction Procedure Rules (AJPR) 2011 for the Federal High Court of Nigeria (FHC), and its effect on ship arrest practice.
Templars
Nigeria made a bold attempt to change the face of maritime business within its coasts when it enacted the Coastal and Inland Shipping (Cabotage) Act 2003.
Templars
Foreign Jurisdiction clauses are of critical importance to international transactions.
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AKABOGU & ASSOCIATES
With Nigeria's position as a leading oil producing country, the transportation of crude oil from the country is a basic and foundational component of the international oil supply chain.
AKABOGU & ASSOCIATES
In April, the Nigerian Ports and Harbours Authority Bill passed its third and final reading at the Senate.
AKABOGU & ASSOCIATES
Minister of Transportation Rotimi Amaechi was recently reported to have stated that government was in the process of establishing a new national carrier...
AKABOGU & ASSOCIATES
In a recent ruling a judge of the Nigerian Federal High Court held that there is no limitation period in any cause of action within the admiralty jurisdiction which is enforceable in rem.
AKABOGU & ASSOCIATES
The Nigerian Ports and Habours Authority Bill 2006 seeks to address some of the legal issues resulting from inadequate statutory provisions supporting Nigeria's so-called "ports concessions era".
Songhai Advisory LLP
The Nigerian government sacked 10 directors of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on 24 February.
Songhai Advisory LLP
Nigeria's second busiest airport Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport will be closed for six weeks next month for repairs, putting airlines at risk of a revenue cut.
Songhai Advisory LLP
Nigeria's second busiest airport Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport will be closed for six weeks on 8 March for repairs, putting airlines at risk of a revenue cut.
Songhai Advisory LLP
Aero Contractors has laid off 60% of its employees as part of measures to cut costs, four months after it suspended operations due to operational difficulties.
PwC Nigeria
The global automotive industry is looking for new growth opportunities and those opportunities reside in Africa.
PwC Nigeria
Though the current recession has impacted negatively on Nigeria's automotive sector leading to a very slow growth scenario...
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