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  • Corporate Government Litigation

    SC. 120/2007-SENATOR RASHIDI ADEWOLU LADOJA V. INDEPENDENT NATIONAL ELECTORAL COMMISSION & ORS REPORTED IN (2007)7SC 99. The Appellant herein having been duly elected as the Governor of Oyo State of Nigeria was sworn in on 29th May, 2003 for a four year term of office. He was impeached by a faction of the State House of Assembly but was restored to office eleven months later by a decision of the Supreme Court upon challenging the said

  • Corporate Litigation III

    SC. 244/2003-FOOD & FEED FARMS (NIGERIA) LTD V. NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPRATION REPORTED IN (2009) 6-7 SC 1. The Appellant herein commenced this action at the High Court of Bauchi State, Bauchi,. Seeking declarative reliefs and compensation in the sum of N200,000,000.00. The trial Court found in favour of the Appellant and granted the reliefs sought. Dissatisfied with the judgment of the trial Court, the Respondent herein appealed to the Court of Appeal, Jos

  • Real Estate Litigation

    SUIT NO. HCT/146/2002- AGBARA ESTATE RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION & ORS V. AGBARA ESTATE PROPERTY SERVICES LTD & ANOR A parcel of land measuring approximately 454 hextares in Agbara Village was leased by the Ogun State Government to our client, Agbara Estate Property Services Ltd. Our client subleased portions of the said land to the members of the 1stnd to the 10th Plaintiffs. Our client provides services at the estate. Plaintiff association, including the

  • Corporate Litigaion II

    (vi)  NIGERIAN DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION (NDIC) V. OKEM ENTERPRISES & ANOR REPORTED IN (2004)10 NWLR (PT 880) 107. NDIC as liquidator of Allied Bank of Nigeria Plc instituted this action at the Moribund Failed Banks Tribunal claiming against our clients the sum of N284,109,459.59 being the outstanding balance on the loan/overdraft facilities granted to them by the Allied Bank plc and interest thereon. The case was later transferred to the Federal High Court.

  • Oil & Gas Litigation III

    (v)   SUIT NO. FHC/L/CS/155/03- NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION V. CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION. This suit is a fall-out of the arbitration No. 159 between Petrec International Inc (USA) and NNPC before the CCIG. By a joint Venture Agreement dated 10/06/93 NNPC and Petrec International Inc, agreed to incorporate a jointly owned company in Nigeria. Pursuant to the said joint venture agreement, Petrec (Nig) Limited was incorporated Inc, and NNPC with 750,000 and 250,000

  • Corporate Litigation

    (iv)  SC 180/1997 – WEST AFRICAN BREWERIES LIMITED V. SAVANNAH VENTURES LIMITED & ORS REPORTED IN (2002)5 SC (PT II) 84. This matter was commenced in 1992 when on behalf of west-African Breweries Limited we instituted Suit No. FHC/K/CS/51/92 against Hassan Abdulrahman and others challenging the activities of the said Hassan Abdulrahman as receiver/manager of North Breweries, a fully owned subsidiary of West-African Breweries Limited. The trial court found, as submitted by us,