2 edition of Compendium of Laws Under the Nigerian Legal System found in the catalog.
Compendium of Laws Under the Nigerian Legal System
Abubakar Sadiq Ogwuche
July 2003 by Maiyati Chambers .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||510|
Introduction Nigeria is a pluralistic nation in many senses. It is pluralistic in terms of law, ethnicity and religion. Laws in Nigeria are derived from three.
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Compendium of Laws under the Nigerian Legal System is by any standard a spectacular achievement. Tremendous care has been taken to prune the obsolete materials and incorporate, to a large, extent.
Volume 1 on public law provides an introduction to the Nigerian legal system. The various chapters deal with: introduction and sources of law; jurisprudence and Nigerian perspectives; African customary law; Islamic law; comparative constitutionalism and Nigerian.
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other subjects of the system, but the extent of such capacity may vary with. the nature of the person or entity : Christian N. Okeke. On the other hand, under a civilian regime, federal laws are known as Acts Compendium of Laws Under the Nigerian Legal System book National Assembly or Acts of Parliament (depending on whether the system referred to is presidential or cabinet system).
State laws are simply called law while laws made at the Local Government level are called bye-Laws. The Nigerian Legal System is made up of the Common Law, Statutory Law, Customary Law and Islamic Law.
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The Nigerian legal system makes effort to bring all these aspects into consideration too. These form the basis of what is termed the customary law in Nigeria. Generally, the English Common Law forms part of the foundation on which the Nigerian legal system is built.
This is due to the colonization factor. 2. Nigerian Legislation: This is the most important of the sources of Nigerian law. This is because it is Nigerian legislation that gives life to other sources of law. It is the pillar upon which the Nigerian legal system rests. It consists of.
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With this and the pre-existing customary law system, the Nigerian legal system : Wisdom Okereke Anyim. VIII. VII. INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE NIGERIAN LEGAL SYSTEM CHRISTIAN N. OKEKE Table ofContents INTRODUCTION ARGUMENT OF THE PAPER DEFINITIONS I.
UNITED NATIONS DECADE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW II. HISTORICAL OUTLINE A. Nigeria andPre-ColonialInternational Law B. Nigeria and "Colonial" International Law Author: Christian N. Okeke. It is therefore the most reliable compendium on Nigerian copyright law; an indispensable resource book for judges, lawyers, academics and researchers.
Written in the author's characteristic lucid style, this book will also appeal to authors, policy makers and the general reader who has need for copyright : Paperback. Nigeria has a pluralized legal system which is due to the nature and sources of its law. Following the amalgamation of the northern and southern Protectorates in by the British Colonial administration, the entity Nigeria came into being.
The law of Nigeria consists of courts, offences, and various types of laws. Nigeria has its own constitution which was established on 29 May The Constitution of Nigeria is the supreme law of the country.
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